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Hi I'm Joshua Squire

I Love Board Games. My favorite color is pink. I'm serving a mission in Atlanta Georgia. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I'm 18 years old! I'm serving as a missionary in Georgia! I grew up in the Church but didn't always have the testimony of it for myself. I had to gain it. I leaned on my parents' testimony a lot as a child (as most children do) and when i came to be about 17 I made some poor choices in my life. But that is what i love about this gospel. That is when i gained my testimony, when i realized that repentance is possible through Jesus Christ. That i can be happy even after making poor decisions. To realize that God loves me more than anything and wants me back no matter my mistakes just gives me the goosebumps! Good ones of course! I love my Savior Jesus Christ, I've experienced the happiness in this gospel, and i'm so happy to say "I'm a Mormon"

Why I am a Mormon

This Gospel, this religion, is true. That's the just of it. I love what i do and know what i'm doing is right. I cannot deny the warm and happy feeling i feel when actively serving this church and others. There is no other feeling like it. That's why i am a mormon. Because there is just no denying the feeling of truth.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving a 2 year mission in Atlanta Georgia and am spreading this message of happiness to everyone! I look not to tear others down, but to build them up!

What blessings can you receive from reading the Book of Mormon, the Bible, and other scriptures?

Joshua Squire
There is no better feeling that comes from reading the book of mormon, bible, or other scriptures. You just know what your reading is true and right. God talks to his people, his sons and daughters, every one of us through scripture. He answers our questions and helps us feel at peace. All we have to do is read them. Show more Show less