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Hi I'm Jason Ni

I'm from Taiwan. I am a music lover, a twin, a missionary, and, I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I like looking at the sky and pondering the wonders and amazments of this world. I like to dream. I dream big, and I strive hard to realize them. I love trying new things and exploring my potentials. I love reading, writing, acting, outdoor activities, making friends, and discovering numerous small and big things that make me grateful for our Heavenly Father. I have the coolest and the greatest family in the world. I love them to death! We were Buddhist and Presbyterian family before baptized in this Church. I have great passion in music; I love my piano and violin. Singing baritone for BYU Men's Chorus was one of my neatest experiences. I went to Brigham Young University, studying informational system for two semesters before I become a missionary in the Washington DC South Mission. I have an older sister and a twin brother. Now all three of us are serving as full-time, two-year missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints.

Why I am a Mormon

In 2004, two young missionaries from America came to our house in Taiwan. They knocked on the door and brought in the sweetest spirit and blessings we had never imagined. Even as a young boy, I could feel and see great changes happening in our family both physically and spiritually, and I just loved them. I loved the time everyday before bed when all the childern and father and mother cuddled together on a king size bed and read the Book of Mormon together, sharing our thoughts and comments of our lives. I loved when we all kneeled down together and prayed to our Heavenly Father. I loved how love, compassion, patience, and all kinds of virtues were established in home after our baptism. It came to my realization that the reason why I am a Mormon is because we care about family. We believe family can be together forever. The laughter and that warm, old, giant balnket may be very attractive, but the true reason that made us gather as a family, opening the scriptures and kneeling down before God is because we are Mormons. We believe in God. We believe in the atonement of Jesus Christ. We believe that by our faith and deligence we could one day meet with our love ones again for all eternity. I am grateful, and I am proud to be a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I never think I have seperated my faith with my everyday life. Faith for me is very natural and enjoyable, like breathing in the fresh morning air of a Virginia grove or sipping in a nice, blissful hot chocolate in a winter night in Utah. Faith is something that gives me motivation and guidence of life. I still remember one night when I was about eight in Taiwan, I was practicing my violin in the room, and all the sudden the power of the entire street went off. I heard a pop, then the next moment it was pitch black, a complete darkness. Even though I knew I was still at home, I thought I was in the middle of nowhere before I could comprehend what had happened. I remember dashing in the fastest speed with the deepest fear a child could ever have without any clear direction until I encountered the soft belly of my Mother. I recogized her body and voice. I grasped, she embraced, and fear dissapeared. Faith for me is that simple but irreplaceable. Just as a toddler knows that his parents love him, I know our Heavenly Father loves me and each one of us. This is how I live my faith. We recognize Him, we grasp, and He soothes and comforts our wounds and concerns.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Jason Ni
You could talk to your Mormon friends, Mormon missionaries, and research the Book of Mormon. Though others can share their testimonies with you, you eventually have to find out yourself. Heavenly Father has prepared a way for us to communicate with Him, and that is by prayer. Find a quiet place and sincerely ask God if this Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the true Church, if the Book of Mormon is true, and if peace and happiness are really what you want in this life. We know that by the power of the Holy Ghost, our prayers will be answeared. Show more Show less