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Hi I'm steven soderborg III

I was the only mormon in my senior class of high school. I graduated valedictorian. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

One of my hobbies that i have loved to do since I was little was to read. I enjoy reading books of all varietys. I also enjoy giving service to others as much as possible. Throughout my high school career I was the only LDS member in my grade and the football team. There was only approximately 8 members total in my high school and 3 of thoses were me and my brothers. However even though i was one of the few members in school, i was respected because I kept the standards and commandments and i could be trusted. Currently I am working and preparing for my mission which i will be serving in the argentina buenos aires west mission spanish speaking.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints. I continue to live the gospel because I have seen how it positively affects me and my family. I have seen how my life has been blessed beyond comprehension. I also have come to know that the Book of Mormon is the best book on earth and contains the fulness of the Gospel. I know that President Monson is the Prophet today and recieves revelation for the Church each and every day. I dont know what i would do without the Gospel of Christ. The Gospel affects every aspect of my life and every decision I have ever made. I bear my testimony that this is true in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

How I live my faith

My calling in the church is sunday school teacher. I teach the Gospel Principles class in my ward, which is a military ward. However my family is one of the few families that are not LDS. I am also a home teacher to a few families in the ward. My family and I give service every oppurtunity we can. We help clean the church and help people move in and out of the ward. I have been truly blessed being in my ward, because I have been able to meet individuals and families of so many different nationalities and ethnicities and learn about different cultures. I try my best to live the commandments and stand up for what I believe each and every day.