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Hi I'm Kristoffer

I'm on a mission in Paradise, Lovin' Life. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I love challenging myself! In all the hobbies I've done, saxophone, piano, Track and Field, Boy scouts, Parkour; what I love the most are those things that take me to a new level of mastery and performance -through dedication, that's why I love the gospel. The Gospel of Jesus Christ continually pushes us to better ourselves in all areas. I am challenged to be a better person, better friend, better teacher on a daily basis. I am serving in the Papeete, Tahiti Mission. This includes all of French Polynesia and a few extra islands.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I know that this church makes "bad men good, and good men better". The moral guidlines this church maintains really work to change people's lives and make them into worthy servants of the Lord. I know that by abbiding by these precepts we can return to our Father in Heaven and live forever with him. I love the gospel because It helps me to feel the spirit, a spirit that- if let into your life- will change you and confirm the truth of many powerful principles unto your heart and mind. I know that if we seek to do our Heavenly Father's will, he will bless and guide us! We will be able to touch so many lives, change so many hearts, and ultimately rejoice with our brethren in Heaven.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by upholding all the tennents of our religion. I practice love and tolerance, and have faith that continued devotion to Christ and my Heavenly Father will provide an example to those I live with and my friends outside of the church. I love teaching the gospel, as it a great learning opportunity for myself and hopefully others!

How can faith in Jesus Christ influence us in our marriages and family relationships? in our friendships?

Faith in Jesus Christ motivates us to become like the Savior. If we have faith, and then exercise that faith we will begin to develop Christ-like attributes. These attributes can in turn strengthen our relationships within marriage and friendship. Ultimately, helping us to become more like Christ and emulating his example, as we turn outward and love our fellow brethren. Show more Show less