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Hi I'm Ashton

I am the third child of six, and I love my family. I love learning, and I am a mormon.

About Me

Although I do not follow sports that often, I love playing them. I especially love playing ultimate frisbee and racquetball, and I wish I had the opportunity and means to play Ice Hockey. I am a big Coyotes fan. At Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, I am majoring in Physics and minoring in Mathematics. Like I said, I love learning, though I am still unsure what I want to do with that degree. But right now I am not so concerned with figuring that out, because I am serving a mission in the Poland Warsaw Mission. I am excited to be able to share the gospel with others, wether it be on a mission or not.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I have a testimony of the truthfulness of this church and its gospel. Although I was born into the gospel, I have strugled to gain a true testimony of it for myself, and I now have a strong one which I plan on improving my whole life. I know that our Heavenly Father loves us and knows each of us and wants the best for all of us. He sent His Son, who suffered and died for us, so that we can return to Him and become like Him. I love the church and the gospel. I know that I can fing joy and happiness through it, even in the worst of times. I am so eternally greatful for all that our Father does for us, and his Plan of Happiness. I am glad I have this time on the Earth to learn and grow and in time have a family and become like God.

How I live my faith

To sum up how I live my faith, I try to represent and be like our ultimate and perfect example, Jesus Christ. That comes down to studying his words, the scriptures, and praying, and serving. I simply try to remember Him always and be a kind person. With a lot of faith, hardwork, and time, this Gospel really can improve you as a person and shape you into ultimately what God wants us to be.