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Hi I'm Conner Bitnoff

I'm a sports nerd for life, I speak Portuguese, I'm an uncle, and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I grew up playing sports! I love all kinds of sports, grew up playing basketball, baseball, and soccer, then switched to Football and Rugby which i played in High School! Any sport and i love it! I am Serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After my mission i will be going back to college where i will be looking to study Accounting.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because i know it is the true church of Jesus Christ upon this earth! It has blessed my life in so many different ways. I had a period in my life where I went away to college and stopped going to Church and living by its standards. I felt alone and lacked that happiness in my life that i was used to feeling. I returned home with my family and started going to church again. I instantly started to feel happy again and felt the spirit in my life! I have since read the Book of Mormon twice and prayed each time to my Heavenly Father to know if the words that i read were true. Both times I have received a spiritual confirmation from my Heavenly Father through the Holy Ghost that the Book is true, it testifies of Jesus Christ, and it is the word of God. I am a Mormon because of the happiness i feel in my life. I know who I am, where i came from, and where i can go if I live the commandments that my Heavenly Father wants me to live!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church every Sunday and helping with youth programs every Wednesday! At Church i have the privilege of teaching the boys between ages 16-18 about the gospel of Jesus Christ and how it has blessed my life, and how it can bless theirs as well. I also invite others to come to church with me so they can see for themselves the special spirit we have at our church!