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Hi I'm Joshua Arnold

I live in Utah and I was born and raised a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Joshua Arnold. I like to skateboard, snowboard, longboard, ride bikes, and work on cars. I like to drive cars too. I enjoy going out to the race track and driving cars and go carts on the track. I like hanging out with my friends, I like going out to eat with them, and just spending time with them. I also love spending time with my family. My family are my closest friends. I love having dinner with them, enjoying movies with them or going and doing anything with them.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I Mormon? I am Mormon because I know it is true. It has helped me in many aspects of my life. I have been so blessed by living the teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I know God speaks to us. I know that we can communicate to him through prayer. I know he answers our prayers through the power of the Holy Ghost. I know this because I have received answers from my Heavenly Father before and continue to receive answers from Him everyday. I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior. I know that he died for us, to atone for the sins of this world. I know that he lives. I know all these things to be true because I have felt the effects of them in my life. I know God loves us, I know that the Book of Mormon is the word of God. I know the scriptures are guides to help us in our lives, to guide us in the things we need to do, to make us wise unto salvation (2 Timothy 3:15)

How I live my faith

I live my faith by participating in whatever I am called or asked to do. I like to befriend people and help people with anything that I can. Right now I have been called to serve a full-time Mission in the Great Kentucky Louisville Mission. I live my faith all the time. I help others to learn the gospel of Jesus Christ and Our Heavenly Father, so that we may all return to him again someday.