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Hi I'm Daniel

I live in South Jordan Utah. I have my mission call. I love my family, sports, food, and people. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm an 18 year old and just graduated from high school in 2012. I have my mission call to Ghana and cannot wait to get out there to help and serve the people. I love soccer, lacrosse, and all team sports. I put my college studies on hold for my mission but I was able to finish one semester. I love institute and hanging out with my friends and family.

Why I am a Mormon

I have grown up in the church with parents who have carried me to church every week. It's something I've been doing for as long as I can remember. But someone once asked me when I was about 14 "Why do you do this? What makes you go to church every week, and live what they teach?" At that point in my life I don't think I had ever really thought about it. I told that person that I didn't know why I do the things I do. I thought about it for a long while but now I know the reason. I am a Mormon because it makes me happy and brings me joy! I choose the right and live what the church teaches because it bring me happiness and blessings. The Mormon church has brought me so many blessings and good things that all I can say is I love it. This church has proven to me so many times that it is lead by a prophet who receives revelation from God himself. The Book of Mormon testifies of Jesus Christ and that he lived and loves all of us. There are so many blessings that I have received from being a Mormon! The church is true!

How I live my faith

I attend church every Sunday. I have the privilege and responsibility to visit people in my neighborhood every month, to see how they're doing and if they need any help. If there are families who need some service done me and my dad are the first they call to step up to help. I is great to be a help to someone and know they appreciate it.