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Hi I'm Zach Williams

I'm a Californian, I'm a video-game developer, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am twenty years old and I love people! I grew up as a timid, lanky boy who didn't quite know where to fit in. I believe everyone has their own story, their own life to share and tell. They're full of experience that can bless others lives. I grew to love people through the few jobs I've had - I've worked as a lifeguard, taught swim lessons, a nightly custodian, a food server, in a party store, and lastly, as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Being a missionary truly is a full-time job! I have attended two full years of college at Brigham Young University - Idaho and expect to receive a degree there in either Computer Information Technology or Computer Science.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of this church because it makes me happy. It's truly that simple. The lessons it teaches help us live our lives in clean, meaningful ways that help us live life to the fullest. I know the gospel it's built upon to be true, so I desire to follow it the best I can!

How I live my faith

I live my faith to the fullest. I am currently serving in the Idaho region on my mission. I strive to share this beautiful gospel with others. It changes lives. I know that whoever you are, wherever you are, our message can help you become the kind of person God desires for you to be, and in that, you will find eternal joy!

How can we increase our faith in Jesus Christ?

Zach Williams
A great way I have found that helps us to increase our faith is to act on it. As we move forward in our faith, whether we feel it enough or not, God will make it enough. One of our apostles, Jeffrey R. Holland, stated in a sermon to the church that we must "stand by the faith we have already won." By this he means that we need to work with the faith we have, believing that God will help our unbelief. As we put aside our doubts and move forward in our faith, it will increase. We will find we have faith sufficient to do as the Lord asks. Show more Show less