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Hi I'm Matt

I have lived in Woods Cross, UT all my life. I am a musician, I love being outside, and I love being a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy making music (guitar and piano). I love to hunt and fish and being outside. I like breakfast food and anything with bacon. I am planning on going to college at Weber after my mission and maybe going to med school. I like helping others to be happy and being able to empathize with others.

Why I am a Mormon

I always have been a member. I grew up holding to my parents testimonies but as I grew older and started to learn for myself why it was so important to be a Mormon. I gained a testimony of the fullness and truth of the gospel. This is the only true church on Earth. I know we are the chosen generation and that Christ is coming again soon. And as we hold fast and wear the whole Armor of God, we will be prepared.

How I live my faith

I have a group of friends in the ward, about 8 of us, and we have grown up together our whole lives. We are all about the same age and do everything together. We are kind of the neighborhood core group-meaning we are what helps the ward stick together, get things done, and protect it. We are always helping our ward members do something. Often times stories are told of us walking down the street in a line so we take up the whole street, not allowing cars in.-this signified that this was our neighborhood and no one will corrupt it, otherwise they will have to answer to us. As we grew up, we got jobs, went to college, etc, and were unable to spend as much time together, but we still took care of our ward. In 2012 the oldest one left on his mission to Guatemala, then one by one, we all got mission calls. New York, Oregon, Oregon, Arkansas, California, Michigan, and now me going to Madagascar. We are the Lord's servants, we are part of His army.