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Hi I'm Christopher

I'm from Lehi, Utah. I like to ski and am currently serving a mission in CA. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated from highschool then did a semester at UVU. I worked for a dietary supplement distribution center for about a year and a half. I have an older brother, an older sister, a younger sister, and two dogs. My parents have been married for about 25 years. I like to ski, draw, run cross country, and watch anime.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family where being a member of this church was expected. I didn't always go to church or pay really close attention to what was said or taught. It wasn't until I was around sixteen that I really started to pay attention to everything that was going on and when I did this I felt the Holy Ghost more strongly than ever before in my life and I knew that I was blessed to be born into this church. It really helped me to straighten up my life and realize that my family and my Father in Heaven really loves me and the only thing that could've made my life better was if I had realized the truthfullness of these things sooner, but we cannot change our past but we can look forward to the future with hope and a knowledge that Jesus is our Savior and Redeemer and He died to save us.

How I live my faith

I feel like the main purpose of my faith is to help other people. Whether that be spiritually or physically. I'm perfect but just striving everyday to work hard and make life easier for everyone brings joy and a sense of accomplishment into my life. Next to helping other people I think the next most important thing is to have a close relationship with God and my family. Both of these relations are strengthened by how much time I put into it. The more I read and pray daily the closer I am to God. Likewise the more time I spend with family the closer I feel to them. Relationships aren't built in big leaps and bounds as we do massive things for someone else, though it is important to do those things from time to time, but rather relationships are built and made powerful by doing the little things everyday.