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Hi I'm Zach

I am a Student. I am a U.S. Army Soldier. I Love Whitewater Rafting. & I'm a Mormon

About Me

I'm a student pursuing History- Secondary Education, who hopes to teach youth about our nation's heritage. I'm also a soldier in the Artillery Corps of the US Army. I've worked for River Rafting Companies, Landscaping, and far too many years in retail. I'm a proud uncle of six and they are my world.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because God accepts us as we are, as long as we strive to become better. No matter where in the world i am, or what my issue is i know there is a mormon community there waiting to help me. The global system of the Mormon church creates brotherhood, and my strong religous beliefs are able to have a constant kindling worldwide. I love being a part of one of the largest humanatarian organizations in the world, and love to give my time in service, the feeling it gives is amazing. I know Joseph Smith restored the Gospel and brought me the full power of Jesus Christ's Atonement. I bear testimony that we have a living prophet today, and he gives us relevant guidance.

How I live my faith

I've worked with the youth before and enjoy doing service projects in the community. My time in the Service had me leading weekly meetings in our makeshift chapel. I'm currently fully committed to full-time mission to show the people of Oklahoma City the gospel in "Kajin Majol" or Marshallese.

What is being a Mormon like?

Zach
Being Mormon is great. We live our lives as one normally would, but have our own quirks. Through personal prayer, and reading our scriptures, as well as listening to our modern prophet we seek guidance on how we can best keep God's Commandments. Through our works are we able to receive the saving Grace from ours Savior Jesus Christ. We live a little bit tighter than some, but the blessings are evident every day. Show more Show less