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Hi I'm Mack LeSueur

I grew up in the Mormon-influenced city of Mesa, AZ. I worked construction and love playing baseball. I'm A MORMON!!!

About Me

I grew up in a family that I always felt loved but sometimes was pretty hectic. I have 8 brothers and sisters and I land right in the middle of them all. I grew up in the church but definitely started questioning and wondering around age 14 or 15... I wondered and questioned so much I kind of stopped going to church as much and wondered if this was what I wanted for my life... I was struck in that stage for about 3 years or so until I was about 17, maybe 18. I realized where some peoples lives had gone or where they were going and started realizing where mine might be going soon... And from that time on I vowed I wanted to live the gospel of Jesus Christ and do all I could to return to live with Him. So I finished my mission papers and went on my nmission and haven't really looked back. I love this church! It is so true!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church but definitely started questioning and wondering around age 14 or 15... I wondered and questioned so much I kind of stopped going to church as much and wondered if this was what I wanted for my life... I was struck in that stage for about 3 years or so until I was about 17, maybe 18. I realized where some peoples lives had gone or where they were going and started realizing where mine might be going soon... And from that time on I vowed I wanted to live the gospel of Jesus Christ and do all I could to return to live with Him. I continue to follow His gospel now because I see the blessings from it and how much happier I am when I truly follow Christ.

How I live my faith

I am a full-time missionary right now for about 20 more months and then I will go back home and step into normal church assignment life. I was called as a ward missionary before my mission and that just meant I was supposed to help the full-time missionaries and the ward with as much as I could. And I also was in charge of helping other 18+ men with their assignments of visiting families and things like that. I previously hadn't liked serving in my ward but, I now see that to fully be part of Christ's church and be one of His followers I need to do things that help the growth of my ward.