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Hi I'm Casey

I'm a Mormon

About Me

I love the out doors! I love hiking, back packing, camping, raod trips, finding out the history and layout of the land, rock climbing, repelling, and slacklining(Similar to tight rope walking, but slightly different). I also love to learn and learning is a big part of me. I think learning, playing and work are all basically the same thing for those who do what they love. I plan on studying law as a major in college. The Scriptures are a large part of where I look for advice on living, but I also look for solid books that I can read look for true principles there as well. I love music, I've played with many orchestras and a symphony. I've also preformed in a dancing show choir and in different choirs. I just love my life and I love living. I believe that life is what you put into it. If you put a lot of hard work in and expect to have fun, with an understanding that trials will come and you just need to press forward with faith, then you can have a meaning full life and touch the lives of others.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a mormon? Well, for every member we must go through a conversion proses. Some may think "well he has been a member all his life, that's why he is a mormon." That isn't entirely correct. Yes, I've been a member all my life, but each member is a convert. Every member has to search for the truth, gain a testimony and endure while they rely on the Lord for aid when they feel inadequate to face life's trials. I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because I have had the spirit testify to me of the gospel's divinity. I have had my own personal witness from God. This is what is said in the end of the book of Mormon: it says to ask in prayer, with a sincere heart and real intent accompanied with the desire for truth, and then you will receive a witness of it's truth and the divinity of the book of Mormon. That's my story, that's why I'm a mormon. I know it, I live it, I love it.

How I live my faith

I've served in the church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saints in many different areas--each being a blessing for me. Most of them, so far have been in my youth. The wonderful thing about the church is that it gives me opportunities to offer needed service that I might have been oblivious to had I not been involved.