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Hi I'm Nathan

I grew up in Utah. I'm on a mission to Singapore (July 2013 - July 2015). I'm a Mormon

About Me

I grew up in happy valley Utah. Utah county all the way!! I graduated from high school in 2013, then two months later went on a mission. Just like that title thingy says, I'm in the Singapore mission. As of writing this, I've served in two areas, Bintulu and Kota Kinabalu, both of which are in East Malaysia (some of you may need Google Maps... no shame in that...). I've been a member of the church all my life. I have had trials of my faith and my own challenges of course, but through my relationship with the Savior, I was able to overcome them. I know that I will face more in my life, but I have a testimony that through acknowledging Jesus Christ and relying on Him, I can overcome everything.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up a Mormon, and both of my parents have been members of the church for their whole lives. I've found out this church is true on my own, independent of anybody else. Everything in this church just makes sense, from the doctrine to the attitudes of the members. When I was in the first area of my mission, Bintulu, Malaysia, my father passed away because of cancer. This was the first huge trail for me in my life. I had always assumed that I had a testimony of the gospel and of Christ, but I guess it (my testimony) had never been put to the test. It was scary, to say the least. It took me a while to try to make sense of it, to try to align my will with God's, but now I can say that I've done it. I still have questions of course. Things come up, and I need to answer them. Something that I've learned to do is to not make the mistake of questioning my faith. I know that God wants us to ask Him about things we want to know.

How I live my faith

I'm going on a mission. It's kind of obvious, isn't it?