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Hi I'm Joshua

I am an Eagle Scout. I sing and play guitar. I love bow ties and gentleman values. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I currently attend BYU studying to either become a music producer, lawyer, history teacher or a business major with an emphasis in marketing. I am the youngest of two children. I am soon to be leaving on my mission in Brazil. Besides the gospel, I love music, being outdoors, and having an eye for men's fashion.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know the gospel is true. I grew up in the Church, but I still needed to convert myself to see if it was true. I am from a family of converts and without the power of missionary work, I would not have been able to find the joy, happiness, and sense of fullness the gospel has to offer. I believe that there is a certain degree of truth in all things and in all religions, but I know the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is complete and has the most truth and knowledge. With every read of the scriptures, I learn of the power of God's love for us and how to become a better disciple of Christ. There is no doubt in my mind that this is all true. In every word, every sentence of the gospel, there are volumes of truth and knowledge to uncover.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through service. As I serve others, I learn to understand more of God's plan of happiness for each of us and how we are all here for a purpose. I learn the fundamentals of what it takes to live a Christ-centered life. Through the power of prayer, I am better able to understand how I am to help others and further build the Kingdom of God on Earth. Through my 6 years of home teaching, I continue to learn that no matter what age we are, there can always be room for a kind word, a smile and an outstretched hand. I have also helped to serve others through my Boy Scout Troop.