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Hi I'm Nathan

I grew up in Utah and enjoy the outdoors. I love marching band, water polo, long boarding, ski biking, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a very eclectic person with many diverse interests. They range from marching band to skiing. I love to long board, make and ride ski bikes, film movies, write music, mountain bike, slack line, and back pack in the wilderness. My favorite sport to play is water polo and I also enjoy basketball. I'll be going to college in a couple years after serving an LDS mission in Ecuador. My favorite topics to study are biology and math but I enjoy learning about most fields of science. Overall I just love to try many different activities and learn as much as I can so I fully enjoy every aspect of life.

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up in the LDS church my entire life but the reason I've continued to stick with it is because of the joy it brings to me. Much of this joy comes from the wonderful family I have and the knowledge that I can be with them forever. My conversion has been a step by step process. I've never had one huge experience but throughout my life I've felt God watching over me. As I participate in youth activities, listen to modern day prophets, read the scriptures written by ancient prophets, and pray I've come to a stronger and better knowledge that I'm part of the true church and am watched over by a God who loves all his children everywhere on the Earth no matter their past.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by participating in many youth activities. I often help plan youth activities for my peers and I. These activities can range from service projects at public parks to playing volleyball. The main focus is always to help people build better bonds as friends and become better people. The main way in which I live my faith now is by making the decision to serve a LDS mission. I will be serving and helping the people of Ecuador for the next two years. I made this decision because I want to be able to help other people experience the same joy I have felt being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.