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Hi I'm Juston

I am from the beautiful state of Utah. :) I am going on a mission to Ghana, Cape Coast. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a 19 year old pre-missionary who loves to have fun. I went to a year of college and am getting my undergraduate degree in Musical Theater. I am also taking the prerequisite classes to apply for PA (physicians assistant) school when I'm done with musical theater. I've been doing shows and plays my entire life as well as all of my other fun hobbies. (I'm not a typical theater kid haha) I love fishing, hunting, snowboarding, boating, and any sport that involves competition (wait...that's every sport :)). I played football, and ran track while in high school, I also was in many musicals and plays while I was in high school. I did shows like; 42nd Street, Curtains, Fiddler on the Roof, and a plethora of one-act plays. I used to work for an amusement park as a life guard. Icurrently work as a CNA for an assisted living center specializing in Alzheimer and Dementia care.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and was surrounded by it all my life. I was brought up into the gospel by my parents and it has always had a hold of me. There was a time in my life where I knew I had a testimony but I didn't know what to do with it. I knew that if I wanted my testimony to increase and be a weapon for righteousness I needed to share it with everyone that I could and make friends everywhere I went.

How I live my faith

I am involved with the youth in my ward. I was told that when I got set apart I was to be an example to the young men who were getting ready to go on missions because I have a mission call. Teaching these young men has helped my testimony of the Book of Mormon, the LDS church, and the importance of families grow to an un-explainable amount. I've been told the best way to retain and understand information is to teach it. I live by that idea because teaching and not being afraid to talk to people about the church has helped my testimony bloom.