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Hi I'm Dallin Younger

I was born and raised in the great state of Texas. I've graduated high school, and now I'm going to go serve a Mission.

About Me

I live in a 7 member family with me, my dad, my mom, my two brothers, and my two sisters. I am the oldest, and have grown up in the church. I help run a lawn company with my father and have done so for the past 4 years. I've now graduated high school, but while still in it I participated in many different activities. These ranging from debate and speech events to a health science organization where in my last year of study I prepared to become a pharm tech. I enjoy reading and learning about new things, in particular, historical events and especially wars/battles. WWII as big of an impact that it had around the world, is one of my favorite parts of history. I tinker and take things apart and enjoy building things. My love of math and science has influenced me to persue becoming a mechanical engineer. Also throughout my teenage years, I particpated in the Scouting program and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. I greatly enjoyed these experiences and love the outdoors, whether it be camping, fishing, hiking, or just running around out in the woods, seeing all the things nature has to offer.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the church, and thus have had different experiences than those who are physical converts to the church. I first learned to follow and lean on the beliefs and knowledge of my parents and leaders, but as I've grown older, I've had my own experiences and have come to know that this is Christ's true church. I have felt the spirit and it has testified to me that these things are true. I feel it every Sunday when I activley participate in church and strive to do what's right. I know that God lives and that he is my Heavenly Father. I know that Jesus Christ is his son, and that along with the Holy Ghost, they make up the God Head as three seprate and distinct beings that are one in purpose. I know that Christ is my Savior and Redeemer and that I would not be where and who I am today with out him. I know that he atoned for all our sins in the garden and died for all of us on the cross, but not only that he died, but that he rose three days later, and lives today. I know that He and God the Father appeared to Joseph Smith in the Sacred Grove and that through him, the true church was restored to the earth once again. I know that through God's power, Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon, and that it is true. I know that he was a prophet of God and that today, Thomas S. Monson is God's prophet here on the earth. I know that this church is true and that by following it we will be able to get on the straight and narrow path that will lead us back to God, so that we may live with him again someday. I know that these things are true and invite everyone to sincerely seek to know if these things are true as well. It will bring you great joy and happiness, both in this life, and in the life to come. This I testify, in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by actively participating in church activities. Whether they be service projects throughout the community or attending church regularly, I'm there. The church in my area has activley helped with many different projects. Ranging from helping build a community park to helping boys complete their Eagle Scout projects, projects that benefitted the both the community as a whole and other churches in our area. Durring my high school years I participated in a seminary program. Every school morning I met at 6:00 with other high school students who were also members, and we learned about different books of scripture. This year we learned about the New Testament and the ministry of Christ here upon the earth. Along with this class I also participated in Sunday church meetings and Wednesday night youth meetings. I live my faith by doing these things and by following the teachings of Christ. I strive to be an example for those who are around me, and while I make at least a couple of mistakes every day, I do my best to fix them and try harder the next day to do what is right.