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Hi I'm Adam

I LOVE to play sports. I am energetic, I love to dance and listen to music. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am an athlete. I will play any sport that involves a ball or gets the adrenaline going. I played lacrosse between 7th grade and 12th grade. I started on the varsity team at Pleasant Grove High School as a Midfield and Attack-men. After my mission, I hope to have the opportunity to play for the BYU lacrosse team. I make my own music, I remix music, and I love to listen to music. I will never leave my iPod behind. I always get new songs and listen to them like crazy. I love to go to dances with friends. I help people not to feel weird when they dance because I am a crazy dancer. I went to BYU for one year and will return after my mission. I am an Eagle Scout. When I return from my mission, I hope to find my wife someday and be married to her in the temple.

Why I am a Mormon

This gospel brings a light into my life. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has the fullness of the gospel and brings people to love the savior with all their heart. That is why I am still a member of this church. The things we do in the church make all the sense to me. The scriptures are so interesting to me, all the stories bring revelation to me that they are true. Everything we do in this church is true, I have no doubt in my mind that what I do in this church is the right thing to do.

How I live my faith

I attend church every week. I love to talk with the people in my ward or others who are visiting. I watch general conference. I read the scriptures the best I can, and when I am on my mission, I hope to grow a better love for the scriptures. During my young years, I loved to attend mutual with my friends. The temple is a great place to be when you have the time. Going through the temple puts my whole mind in a different set, making me want to become a better latter-day saint.