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Hi I'm Taylor Hall

I live in Southern Utah. I'm an actor, a dreamer, and a sweater-collector. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am and have always been very involved with my various local theatre programs; I love to entertain audiences and make them laugh. I have been in 17 plays since the fourth grade, playing roles such as Ebenezer Scrooge, the Wizard of Oz, and Daddy Warbucks. I enjoy writing down or just pondering whatever comes to my head (if it stays there long enough), be it fantasy-adventure, realistic fiction, or short comedic essays on my views on life. Most of all, I love hanging out with my family and friends. They mean the world to me.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the faith and was baptized at a young age. However, it wasn't until I was 11 or 12 that I made a firm effort to live the gospel. It took a while and I'm not perfect. Since then, I've done my utmost to live the teaching's of Christ and His servants, and I have seen and felt the blessings over and over. I know this is the Church that is lead by God, just as it was in the times of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and Jesus Christ. How do I know? Because the Holy Ghost as told me in my heart many times that it is. The Prophet Joseph Smith taught that the name Mormon, means literally, "more good." The restoration of Christ's gospel brings back all the good things God have given to His children since Adam and Eve, and He continues to give more good today.

How I live my faith

I do my best to keep the commandments of my Father in Heaven because I know that is the path of redemption and happiness. I served as missionary in the Mississippi Jackson Mission. I love the gospel and am so excited to share it with the world. Right now in my calling, I work frequently with the missionaries in my hometown, doing my best to be as helpful as I can to them and to anyone needs help. Before my mission, I served as an assistant to the Bishop. I was a steward over the 16 to 18-year-old young men in my neighborhood. I also helped organize several events for youth 12-18 in my ward, stake, and community.