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Hi I'm Logan B. Nielsen

I grew up in the Seattle area and I really enjoy spending time with friends, discussing ideas, and going to the gym.

About Me

Hey, my name is Logan and I really spending time with friends and going to the gym. I also like reading books every now and then. The last book I read was "Unbroken" which is an amazing story about a guy who spent most of WWII serving in various prisoner of war camps throughout the pacific. I really enjoy books that are nonfiction and are about other people's lives but fiction books can be pretty fun as well. I started lifting weights in 7th grade and I've been pretty into fitness since then. I also played a lot of sports growing up. Lacrosse and wrestling are probably the ones I achieved the most in although I haven

Why I am a Mormon

I'm Mormon because the church has been a great source of happiness for me. I get a lot more fulfillment and enjoyment out of my life because of the church and I feel like the church does a great job instilling principles that will help people live happier lives than if they did not have that guidance in there life. If i wasn't a member of the church, knowing myself I feel like I would have made quite a few different decisions in my life and I'm glad that the church has done has helped me make good decisions because as I get older, I've really began to notice all the blessings that have come because of it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by showing it in my every day life. I'm pretty open about being Mormon and sometimes I'll bring it up with my coworkers. Currently, I teach a 4 year old Sunday School class with my best friend which has been a lot of fun. It's sort of fun to think about how I use to be the same age as them and I wonder if any of the things I've tried teaching them are going to stick with them or if they'll even remember me after my mission. Either way, I really like them and they're a pleasure to be around.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Logan B. Nielsen
Families are essential to God's plan for us to grow and develop. Having a strong and functional family influences how people grow and develop greatly which is why it's important to encourage a strong, healthy families. Show more Show less