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Hi I'm Spencer Smith

I'm from Gilbert Arizona. I'm a spanish speaking missionary in the Idaho Nampa Mission. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the youngest of 6 kids and I love my 3 sisters and 2 brothers. I went to Highland High School in Gilbert, Arizona and was very involved in the Choir program. I was in both the advanced choirs and in the choir for freshman, where I tried to be a good influence on their learning. I really enjoy singing and hope to be able to sing more throughout my life. After graduating in 2012, I attended BYU for a year and sang in the Men's Choir there before leaving for my mission. I also like to play soccer and basketball, though I do not claim to be good at either! I just love being outdoors with my friends or playing some sport. Then there are times when I would just rather be alone and reading a good book.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church but I do know for myself that it is true because I have studied the scriptures and asked through prayer and I know that God answered my prayers. I do understand the feelings of doubt that come, especially when you are either new to the church or have been a member all your life. In the latter, I understand how the gospel is just something you do because... well, that's all you know. But I also know that we can all seek out the answers for ourselves. That we can all find the truth through humble prayer and diligent study. I know this church is true because of these same things. I never knew that the church was true, or I never had one of those big moments that others talk about, until I sought for myself and tried my faith. I know that the gospel is true.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by choosing to serve as a missionary. Where I am voluntarily preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ in Nampa Idaho to the Spanish speaking community for 2 years. But, you don't have to do something or sacrifice a lot to live your faith. That is something I've learned during my mission. I live my faith everyday by reading the Book of Mormon and other scriptures everyday, praying, and attending all the meetings that I can. I come closer to my savior as I do this little things to build my faith and to live it. Also, I live my faith by trying to serve others. I love to serve others and help people both physically and spiritually. It has been fun to see that as the more I serve the easier it gets to find opportunities and to have a desire to serve.