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Hi I'm Jarett

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love playing video games, listening to and playing music, working out, hot tubbing, and hanging out with my friends and family. I'm currently serving as a Spanish-speaking missionary in the great Rancho Cucamonga, California mission.

Why I am a Mormon

The biggest reason why I'll say I'm a Mormon and will continue to be one is that this church is God's kingdom on the earth. It's here to strengthen and help us in this time. I'm able to see a huge difference in my life between when I'm choosing to follow God and receiving his blessings and when I'm turning away from what I know and living in unhappiness. The truth of the matter is simply that God will help you in this life when you do your best to serve him and keep his commandments; and that's what being LDS is all about.

How I live my faith

I've regularly attended church all of my life, but it wasn't until I came out on my mission that I learned how important it is to be an active part of the church and to spend our time strengthening and supporting other members. I've always tried to be an example of a good friend and show to others that I know the difference between right and wrong. Right now I'm serving as a full-time missionary in the Rancho Cucamonga mission.

How can we increase our faith in Jesus Christ?

If you want to strengthen your faith then the best way to do it is through prayer, reading the scriptures, and applying the principles we learn into our lives through keeping the commandments. Like it says in John 14:21, if we love God and keep the commandments, he will manifest himself unto us. Show more Show less

Who wrote the Book of Mormon?

The Book of Mormon is a compilation of writings by prophets in the ancient Americas. The prophets wrote down their experiences and revelations from God for the benefit of future generations, like us. Show more Show less