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Hi I'm Robbie

I was born and raised in Woods Cross Utah, I love music, And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently serving in the Japan, Tokyo South mission. I love all kinds of music, music has always had a major role in my life. I often reflect on great childhood memories of sitting around the piano during Family Home Evening singing songs like, "As Sisters In Zion", "Scripture Power" "Country Roads" and many other songs like these. Some of the best times would be when dad would get really excited and pull out his old accordion. I went to college for one semester at Dixie State College, in St. George Utah where I was a music major and participated in their concert choir. It was a great learning experience being away from home and having the college life, but I will always be a mamas' AND a daddys' boy. After college I moved back home for a little bit and then left for the MTC which then has brought me here. I enjoy all kinds of sports, watching is fun but playing is better. As a kid I played soccer as most kids in America do for a while, until I hit Junior High, where I decided I wanted to be a big boy and play Football. After my second year of football I broke both the bones and the growth plate in my ankle and had to have surgery done on it. Since then I havnt played any sports on a designated team, but my hearts desires are basketball and football and in my spare time I love to play both. I love spending time with my family, I think family is the best thing in the whole world. I don't know where I would be without my family. I thank them for who I am. And I'm a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

My whole life I've grown up in the church. But as I've grown up i have learned and felt for myself that this indeed is the true church.

How I live my faith

I think that by always trying to set the best example that we can and by being the best that we can be is a great way to live your faith.