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Hi I'm Keaton Cenatiempo

I like to make people laugh. I love playing baseball. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Keaton and I was born fourth of five children. I've been active my whole life and have practically played every sport. I just recently graduated high school and am now attending college, where I am also playing the sport I love; Baseball. I am soon leaving to serve the Lord. I am serving my mission in Spokane Washington and I can not wait. I am so psyched to serve the Lord.

Why I am a Mormon

I know without a shadow of a doubt that this Gospel is true. I have had so many personal miracles happen in my life that I know the Lord is looking out for me. I have friends who are not Mormon, and they are by no means bad people, but I can see that they can have so much more happiness by listening to me talk about the Gospel. I love this Gospel and I want to share it with everyone I possibly can. Even if I don't personally teach Gospel lessons, I know I can still make a difference in people's lives by random acts of kindness, service to my neighbors and all those around me. I know that if I put the Lord first in my life, he \will bless me substantially. I truly know that these things are true and I hope I can touch people's lives like so many of my examples have touched mine.

How I live my faith

I try and live and keep the commandments no matter the situation I am placed in. I play college baseball, and there are kids on my team who are not of my same faith. They have heard about us Mormons and know how we live, so they are constantly watching us and they always make sure to point out when one of us slip up. If they are so sure to point out our mistakes, I know that they are also watching all the good things we do. So that is how I live my faith. I am constantly living the way I know the Lord wants me to live and I hope people around me, especially on the baseball diamond, realize that and want to strive to be better.