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Hi I'm Isaac Peter Light

I grew up in Idaho, moved to Arizona, and am currently living in Alaska. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have 5 brothers and 2 sisters. Some of my hobbies include just about any sport, hunting, and fishing. I am currently preparing to go on a mission to Brazil. I plan on going to college at either BYU or BYUIdaho. Many people identify my by my bright red hair. I love to run and hike on my free time. I also love to hangout with friends!

Why I am a Mormon

The question "Why am I Mormon" is a great question, but also a simple one. I am Mormon because I find joy when I live the gospel. Being Mormon isn't just believing in some religion, but it's more of a faith. Believing and having faith have 2 very different meanings. Faith is doing what's necessary living what you believe. Personally when I see those who aren't Mormon I think of the emptiness of joy that they are missing. Therefore I am Mormon because I know it's true and I know that I receive my greatest joy through doing gods will and living my faith.

How I live my faith

When I hear the phrase "How I live my faith", I immediately think of living the gospel. At times I find it tough, but when I show love toward other people, I am showing love toward god. To live my faith is essentially living by gods rules. When I go to youth activities, church, and tracking with missionaries, I am living my faith because I know they will all strengthen my testimony in there own way.

What is being a Mormon like?

Isaac Peter Light
To be Mormon is essentially living the gospel. When your Mormon you are living by faith. When people ask what being Mormon is like, I think of how awesome it is. Others see Mormons as way of life that is impossible to live. I've gotten to the point where I could careless what other people think. I've been made fun of, persecuted, and laughed at, but it's definitely worth the joy that the gospel gives. When you're Mormon, you automatically accept that you are willing to do what's necessary to in order to live gods commandments. Taking the responsibility is great, but the blessing that come from following gods commandments are even greater! All in all I would consider being Mormon the greatest decision of my life. Show more Show less