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Hi I'm Dalton

I was born and raised in Texas. I served a 2 year mission in Chile. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a college student studying Business Management with an emphasis in Finance. I am looking to go into real estate. I love being active and doing things outside. Hiking, biking, swimming, running, soccer, football, ultimate frisbee, wrestling, triathlons, marathons, and racquetball are all things I enjoy doing.

Why I am a Mormon

I was always a member of this church because my parents were. I always just followed their footsteps. When I was about 14 years old, I asked myself, is this really THE true church? Is there really only ONE? So I decided to ask Heavenly Father for myself. When I asked, I received a warm feeling of love and peace come completely over me. I knew then that the church was true. By living the gospel in my life I have had peace and joy more abundant. By following Jesus Christ I feel his love and spirit.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving in my church as ward missionary and a group leader. I serve and teach those who are getting ready to serve as full time missionaries, which I thoroughly enjoy doing. I gives me much excitement to know that these people will be going out into foreign places and teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ full time. Every Monday I coordinate a get together and we share personal insights on scripture and share testimonies so we may be uplifted. Afterwards we spend quality time doing activities to build better relationships.

What do Mormons believe concerning the doctrine of grace?

Grace is what helps us do difficult things and is closely related to the atonement of Jesus Christ. As we do our part we can obtain that extra help needed in fulfilling the will of God. We cannot be perfect by ourselves but through the grace of God we can become changed. Changed to be more like our Heavenly Father. Show more Show less