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Hi I'm Greg

I grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada. I love tennis and the cello. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I just graduated from high school this year. I enjoy playing the cello; I love the transcendent language of music. I love to exercise, particularly playing tennis. I love staying active and challenging myself physically and mentally. I love learning things both spiritual and secular. I am planning on going to college when I return from my mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I belong to His church because I have tasted of its goodness and know that it is true. In order to know of this yourself, you must try it. I am a Mormon because I know the teachings of this church are in perfect alignment with God's plan. I know the Book of Mormon is true; it is another testimony of Jesus Christ and His divine role in each one of our lives. I am a Mormon because I know the precepts of this gospel give everlasting joy and not the fleeting happiness that the world gives. Jesus Christ is our savior, and I love him.

How I live my faith

I love helping others and encouraging them to do the things they know are right. One summer I volunteered at a hospital. During that time, I experienced an increased love for those around me. Because I am able to serve, I know I should. One of my favorite ways to live my faith is to go hometeaching. Hometeaching is teaching and administering to families in the church, who have been assigned to you. I have had amazing experiences going into different homes and talking about the doctrines of Christ. My have built lasting relationships with those in my ward. Hometeaching with my dad, has changed my life. Currently I am a ward missionary: I work with the missionaries in my ward and assist them in teaching people in my local area. This has also been a life changing experience for me and has helped prepare me to effectively serve a full-time mission. Essentially, I live my faith by doing what has been asked of me with all my heart, might, mind, and strength.