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Hi I'm Chance Owen

My name is Chance, son of Christopher. I am a strong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

About Me

I was born in the year 1995, and I have lived in the same general area for all of my life. My favorite place to me is outside, unless there's misquotes; I hate misquotes. My favorite thing to do is just be with my friends, I have the best group of friends and we always have fun no matter what we are doing. There are 7 of us and we are all strong members of the church. Some of the activates we regularly participate in are: Long-boarding, free-boarding, wake-boarding, snow-boadring, skim-boarding, mountain biking, hiking, and tackle pool basketball. When I was in elementary school I was forced to play soccer... When I was in middle school I played flag football. When I started high school I wanted to continue playing football for Roseville High's football team of about 90 kids; then I realized I wasn't big enough to get any real playing time on the field and football took to much dedication anyway so I decided to play water polo instead. I was the goalie for Roseville's water polo team all four years. After I graduated high school I attended BYU Provo for the summer. While I was at BYU I received my call to serve in the Pennsylvania Philadelphia mission speaking English.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church and both my parents were born into the church. I chose to continue to be a member because I know the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only true church on this earth. I know this is the only true church because I have prayed about it and received an answer to my prayer. I wouldn't want to be a part of any other church. This church has thought me marvelous things that no other church can teach. Every other church in the world is missing very important keystones in their teachings, only the LDS Church has those keystones.

How I live my faith

In high school I was in the student government class which allowed me to become more a part of the school and help plan and put together activities for the other students. I participated in the boy scouts through the church and earned my Eagle Scout rank when I was 17. I enjoy going to church every sunday, and I enjoy going to the church activities every week. I would go home teaching every month and try to give service to someone in our ward at least once a month.