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Hi I'm Peter

I'm Dyslexic, I love the outdoors, I love biology, I love to learn. And Im a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up moving alot, because of my Dad's work, so I learned to enjoy meeting new people and making new friends. I am dyslexic. I love hanging out with friends and doing the typical nerdy things like watching Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. I ran Cross Country during High School, and I love mountain biking. I'm currently a student at BYU and I am planning on majoring in Biophysics. I plan on becoming a doctor and would love to specialize in Orthopedic Surgery. I am currently serving a mission in Frankfurt, Germany. I'm your average guy who likes doing the average things. Video games are fun to play. Family and friends are the best to spend time with. I like photography and ceramics and would love to make them into a hobby one of these days.

Why I am a Mormon

The short answer is because the sum and total of my life's experiences have lead me to believe this way. I really believe that I can put my faith to the test and find out what is true in this world. Every time time I have followed this truth, I have found lasting happiness. When I've ignored this truth, I have found myself desiring something more. I've done this enough time to see the pattern and it can be found in the teachings in this Church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) along with the authority form God to act on those precious teachings.

How I live my faith

Befor my mission I was just your typical member. I went to church, participated, and learned alot about God and life. Most importantly I live what I believe. I do my best to live my life like the Savior has asked me too. This means I have to try to be better and through Christ I do slowly get better. I'm still very much human. I try and do the simple things that make a difference; be myself, pray, read the scriptures, go to church, be a good friend, serve. It's the little things that have made a difference in my life, and I hope it can make the same difference in someone others.

Do Mormons worship Joseph Smith?

Peter
Nope, He's the Prophet of the Restoration and a great man but we do not worshop him. Show more Show less