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Hi I'm Tim Sintim-Aboagye

I currently I live in south-west London, studying Biology, Chemistry and English Lit A levels, Oh and I'm Mormon. :]

About Me

I enjoy sports and sciences. Keeping informed about technological advances with phones and computers is a must for me, as it probably is with 90% of my generation. I'm also an avid video game fan...If time allows I could spend the whole day gaming. I attend a sixth form for ages 16-19 and study Chemistry, Biology and English Literature. I appreciate my education, as it is constantly encouraging me to refine myself.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a Mormon? Answering this in words doesn't give justice for how I feel about being a Mormon. Being a member of the Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints isn't easy. My number one dislike is how people mix us up with the Fundamentalist Mormons: who still practice polygamy and other cultish activities. People always say that we're 'brainwashed' and simply replying saying 'i'm not' is always counter-productive. I do though, have a testimony of this Church as the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, in its purest form and Joseph Smith was at the forefront of this re-establishment. I can't begin to comprehend a world in which God, my heavenly father isn't the head of. I know that Jesus Christ died for me and you and everybody else so we can, through him, repent and be cleansed of our sins and without this knowledge i'm worthless. God's nature is unchanging and he has always communicated to his children through prophets and for that reason I believe Thomas S. Monson to be called of God as a Prophet. I also believe the Book Of Mormon to be true. Nobody can take this knowledge away from me and I plan on being a 'Mormon' for a very long time (eternity). I'm Tim Sintim-Aboagye and I'm MAP (Mormon and Proud)

How I live my faith

I preside over the young men in my ward as the Young Men's President (boys from ages 12-18) and we mutually develop our understanding of the Gospel on Sundays in our lessons. On Tuesday we hold activities and just chill, have fun and then some. I love the young men in my ward, there's this unique sense of belonging that I can't get anywhere else. I learn so much from them and I hope we will all stay strong in this true gospel. I plan on serving a full time mission after my education, some people say its a waste of time, I see it as a colossal investment. I just want other people to know of the happiness that exists in this gospel.