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Hi I'm Joseph

I'm a Mormon, I know it, I live it, I love it

About Me

I was involved instrumentally for 5 years playing the trombone and bass trombone. I love learning new things. I spend time learning how to work with wood and how to make art out of it. I love listening and trying to create new songs. I was inspired to play music when both of my brothers started playing different instruments.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member my whole life. I have seen a difference the gospel makes in others' lives. I don't just take my parents advice or the advice of others. I have had to find answers for myself and I know now more than ever that this is the true church of Jesus Christ on the earth. If I did not have a testimony of this gospel I would not be on a mission right now. No influence or power can change my testimony that I have gained from seeing the gospel bless not only my life but the lives of those that I have shared it with.

How I live my faith

I team teach the gospel principles class with my 2nd counselor in the bishopric. I am a ward missionary. Last year I completed my Duty to God award and my Eagle Scout award. I have helped plan and organize the Angel tree the last two years. I have enjoyed being a hometeacher with my father the last 5 years. Having 4 families to teach allows me the opportunity to learn from others' experiences. Two of the families I teach have been there for me in my times of need. I am currently serving a mission in Cleveland, Ohio to bring others unto Christ by helping them receive the restored gospel through faith in Jesus Christ and His Atonement, repentance, baptism, receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost, and enduring to the end. As a missionary, I enjoy helping others grow in their faith in Jesus Christ. At times it is sad to see so many people reject the message we share, but we rejoice when others want to learn about what and why we believe certain things.