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Hi I'm Warren

I grew up in Virginia. I'm 1 of 13 kids. I love to play basketball and drink milk. I'm a mormon

About Me

I'm in college right now studying political science. I want to go to Law School and become a lawyer like my father, his brothers, and their father. I love playing sports. I played basketball and football in high school. There are 13 kids in my family and they mean the world to me. We all love to play basketball together. We love to have dinner together with their own families on Sundays so we can all be together.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a mormon my whole life. I grew up in the faith along with my whole family. At first I was a mormon because that was the lifestyle my parents raised me in. As I grew older I saw some of my siblings fall away and how their lives were affected by it. Everyone's life can be hard but when I decided to live my life as a mormon on my own I saw the true happiness and blessings in my life, without any other influence. I'm a mormon because I know the doctrine of Jesus Christ. I also believe in repentance and change. Seeing my siblings experience that change brings me immense joy.This knowledge and personal testimony I have gained gives me a desire to live this way. I know that this is the true church on the earth today. I know Jesus Christ is my Savior and I feel his love personally. I'm a mormon because I know this is the best life this life has to offer.

How I live my faith

I live my faith every day. I don't choose to be good only on Sundays but my faith is how I live my life. When I am living my faith the best I can I see that I'm happiest. The way I choose to live, whether others around me live the same or not, makes me a happy person. I have no desires except to live up to my faith every progressing day.

What are Mormon Temples used for?

Warren
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