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Hi I'm Justin

I was raised in a farming town in Utah. I enjoy playing drums and many other percussive instruments. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in a small farming town in northern Utah. I have been working on my families' farm for as long as I can remember. I enjoy music, rock climbing, hiking, and most outdoor activities. Throughout middle and high school, I became very involved with the Boy Scouts of America and with my school's band programs. I also studied percussion, specifically drum set, snare drum, and marimba, privately with several teachers. Because of my individual studies, I was able to be involved in major positions in drum line as well as the concert and jazz bands. After graduating, I spent a year as an honors student at college. There I participated in drum line, percussion ensemble, and symphonic band.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have found that this church is where the full gospel of Jesus Christ is. Several experiences throughout my life have shown me that this is Christ's church on the earth today and that his power is in it's teachings. I have found that the only way to fully access the atonement of Christ is through the teachings and ordinaces of this gospel. Through living the way that the church teaches, I have been able to feel the healing power of Christ's atonement in my life.

How I live my faith

Throughout the years, I have had many experiences in the church. The best thing about these experiences is that they all gave me the chance to serve some one. I have especially enjoyed the church's home teaching program, where priesthood holders are assighned other members to visit on a monthly baises. As I have fulfilled these assighnments, I have been able to build strong freindships with other members of the church as I help them them through the challenges that they face. Now I am on a mission for the church. As I fulfill my responsibilities to teach others about the gospel, I hope to help them feel the joy that I feel as a member of this church.