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Hi I'm Andrew Gautreaux

Grew up in Texas. Currently on a mission in Frankfurt, Germany. I love music and sports and guess what?! I am Mormon.

About Me

I love to sing, play sports and hang out with anyone, especially those who need a friend. I am going to study psychology. Movies on a rainy day, chillin on the beach and camping by a river are a few of the many good things in life.

Why I am a Mormon

I remind you it is a choice I made, not anyone else. I am a Latter Day Saint because of what it has done for me. When I have my downs, as everyone else must eventually experience, the Church, it's members and it's Head (Jesus Christ) are there for me. I can testify that literally every time I fell down, the Gospel picked me back up. Whether that was in person, in scripture, in prayer, in song or in anything else; I have always felt loved and at peace. I invite anyone who is troubled or has fallen to "come and see." I pray every day that I stay active in this Gospel and this Church and I hope to bless anyone that needs me. In short, I am a Mormon because there is nothing better in life than being a member. Nothing.

How I live my faith

True happiness comes from laboring for others. That ranges from secretly ironing a shirt when the owner of it isn't in the room, to giving a phone call to a person you feel you should call. Live life with a smile! Doing that simple action will brighten your day, excite your life and more importantly bless others.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Andrew Gautreaux
No. The true key to happiness is service and when one is "in the service of his fellow beings he is only in the service of his God." We center our lives on Jesus Christ, who served throughout his mortal life here on earth. He left us an example to follow in putting himself aside and attending to those in need, regardless of who they were or what they had done to him. "True Christianity is love in action." Show more Show less