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Hi I'm Austin H. Johnson

I am a Mormon from Morgan, Utah. I am currently serving in the Washington Seattle Mission (spanish speaking)

About Me

I love to be outside, and being active! In high school I played golf, basketball, baseball, and I ran track! I went to high school at Morgan High School, which is a small little 3A school in Utah! I plan on after my mission to play college golf or basketball, I love to hike and be up in the mountains! Fishing is a family tradition that we have always done since I have been born!

Why I am a Mormon

Both of my parents are Mormon and I was born into a Mormon family you could say. I was baptized and officially joined the church when I was 8 years old. After awhile though you have to find your own testimony in what you believe in and stop using the testimony of your parents. So I started to read the Book of Mormon and really try to understand what it is and I prayed to know if it is true. Heavenly Father told me that it is. From that point on I have tried to be the best I can and follow Christ's teachings. Now I am a missionary and I get to share my testimony with everyone that I see!!

How I live my faith

Currently I am called as a missionary to the Washington Seattle Mission (speaking Spanish) I love it so much. Everyday I get to go out and share what I know to be true and to watch the changes of peoples live by living the Gospel of Jesus Christ! I am so happy that the Lord has trusted me with this calling. This calling has given me so much more love for the people that I serve around!! All I get to do is serve others and I love it!

Are Mormons Christians?

Austin H. Johnson
The term "Christian" means one who believes in Christ! All of us accept Jesus Christ as our Savior and Redeemer, and that only through his Atonement we can be saved, and return to live with our Heavenly Father Show more Show less