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Hi I'm Devin Price

I'm a son, brother, uncle, joker, musician, adventurer, go-getter, and a connaisseur of the good life. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a proud Idahoan. A small town country boy with a big appetite for learning, living it up, loving my fellow man, and being better everyday. I come from a home of 7: the paps, four sisters, and me. I love a good book just as much as I love a good adventure. I have to try everything at least once. My life quote is "giddy up!" I drum, ski, have seen about every movie (I often speak in nothing but movie quotes), am an uncle of 7 kids, love anything on wheels, with a ball, and outdoors. I love my life. It is a combination of all things awesome. I am an aspiring engineer and well on my way to fulfilling my dream of being the real-life Tony Stark, just with a higher standards. I studied for a year at Brigham Young University-Idaho for two semesters before leaving for my mission. I am currently serving in the Mexico Villahermosa Mission and I literally love every minute of it. It has opened my mind and expanded my vision. I know that we are all children of a loving Father in Heaven and as a group of wise high school students once said, "we are all in this together." If anyone is in need of a friend or just somebody to talk to, needs a hug or a good laugh, I am that guy. I love to be that guy. I'm a peacemaker, a jokester, not afraid to laugh until it hurts, an extreme sports and music enthusiast, a son to the best parents ever and brother to the four sweetest gals on Earth. Could life get any better? I submit that it cannot.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized a member of the church at the age of eight, the age that the Lord has revealed in modern revelation to be the age in which a child can make conscious decisions and discern between right and wrong. I testify to that truth. I chose to be baptized. My parents being members themselves always encouraged me to make the right decision, but neither did they let me do it ignorantly. I remember the conversations me and my dad about what God wants for his children and I am so grateful for his constant example. My mom was always there to lift and encourage me and her example inspires me to do good to all man to this day. Their's and the example of my four older sisters have served as a testimony strengthener throughout my life, but they are not the base. My testimony is based on real, personal revelation through the Holy Spirit testifying of the truthfulness of this, the only true Gospel. I know without the shadow of a doubt that it is true. It isn't something I believe, it's something I know. I act on this knowledge and the constant reminder of the covenant I made with God all those years ago have shaped me into the man I am today. Mormonism isn't just another religion. It is the religion. It is a way of life. The Lord is no respecter of persons. He wants His childen to conform to His ideals. He loves us as we are, but He as our Father always expects more from us. He gave us the gift of His son and His infinite atoning sacrifice so that we could become more than we are, not so that we could continue in our sins and falsities. Let's all take full advantage of our rights and priviledges as children of God. We have a divine potential and all the tools necessary to achieve it at our disposal.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by reading and applying the scriptures, the accepted revelation of God, both ancient and modern, in my every day life. Searching and pondering them have helped me receive personal and direct revelation for my life and by heeding the counsels I receive, I have started the life-long process of repentance. Life is like a staircase; there are only two directions and we can't stop moving in one of them. We can down or we can go up. I prefer to go up. That is why I do my very best in everything I do, even if my best isn't very good. Because of my full-time missionary service, I have learned the importance of being an example, and the effects of hypocrisy. I live my faith in word and deed. I have served in various postions of service throughout my church membership and have been blessed by each and every one. The Lord qualifies His servants for His work. I take great comfort and pride in knowing that I am a member of the Lord's Church here on the Earth and that we as a whole have the current revelations from God to help guide us in our preparation for the Second Coming of the Messiah. I am currently serving as a full-time missionary for the church in the Mexico Villahermosa Mission. I not only live my faith by teaching and preching it, but i serve in the communities wherever I am. I help others to come unto Christ and in doing so I have drawn closer to Him myself. I have come to know Him through the study of His word, personal prayer and revelation, I have been inspired as I have walked in His footsteps, walking the very same roads He walked, both in His example and in His personal ministry when He came to the Americas after His resurrection, as revealed in the Book of Mormon. I know the Lord Jesus Christ was here and I am grateful for this knowledge that He has so abundantly given me and that He will so readily give to anyone who seeks to know the truth. Of this I am sure.