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Hi I'm Aaron

I was born and raised in Germany. I work as a chef and i'm mormon.

About Me

I am the second oldest son of my parents and I have seven other siblings. In my teenage years became interested in cooking and made my passion my profession. After my two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Scotland I got married. Currently I work at a school as a headchef. If I'm not at work, I love going to the movies with my wife or with my brother swimming. I spend so many times if possible with my siblings and even make a familynewsletter.

Why I am a Mormon

I like to talk with all the people about the love of our Heavenly Father. We are all children of God and I like to try to pass on his wonderful love. I love to help other people, specially when a helping hand is needed. I love to visit the meetings every Sunday. It gives me strength and refuel my energy for the week. The Sabbath is for worship of God and because it is a sign that the Lord is my God. During the week I like to read the Book of Mormon if I'm on my way to work on the train and try to apply what a learned during sunday services.

How I live my faith

I was taught the right principles by my parents. People make their own decisions, so I did and followed these right principles no longer in my youth. Nevertheless, I knew that there was always more to this life. Later, I decided to live to the principles who have been taught by my parents and my Savior Jesus Christ. I love the plan of our Heavenly Father. It gives me comfort and especially answers to all the important questions of life which often fails by the philosophy of man. God gives me the strength to face the challenges of life. I follow him because I want to, I'm a Mormon. I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is God's true church. I know this not of my own, but by the power of the holy Spirit who has confirmed this truth to me through prayer.