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Hi I'm Chad Michael St. Pierre

I was baptized to the church March 19, 2011 through the Fredericksburg Area Stake young single adults branch.

About Me

My my name is Chad Michael St. Pierre and I was born into a French Canadian Roman Catholic family. I was baptized to the church on March 19, 2011 through the Fredericksburg Area Stake Young Single Adults Branch where I currently go to now. I was a military brat where my father served 23 years in the United States Marine Corps which is the reason why I was born in Japan. I was born at the Yokota Air Force Base in Fussa, Tokyo, Japan. I have also lived in four US states which are Virginia, North Carolina, Arizona, and California. Also I have traveled through and visited about 36 states. And one of those states 36 states I have visited was Hawaii in which I visited when I was 2 years old which means I don't remember all to much of my visit there since I was so young when I was there. My biggest dream in life is to visit the nation where my ancestors came from before they came to Canada and the United States which is the nation of France. I am a good person through my heart and love the savior with all my heart and soul. I also love heavenly father as well I see the father in heaven like a father figure and I am destined to do what I can to please him for everyday of the rest of my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I found the church through the sister missionaries that came to my door and knocked on it and let them teach me. And as they were teaching me I was having this instinct inside of me that was tell me that the other Christians in the world were not practicing what they were preaching about Jesus Christ and the Heavenly Father. They were only going to Sunday meetings to worship the LORD but they were not practicing the teachings of Christ at all and I did not want to be with them anymore. And so knowing that this church practice the teachings of Christ in every aspect of their lives and I felt that was really nice.

How I live my faith

I live my faith distinctively according to what he wants me to be. By obeying his commandments to the best of my knowledge.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Chad Michael St. Pierre
Because we love our families so much that we want to make them work in our daily lives. And if we do this we can have happier and stronger families. Since our Heavenly Father wants our families to be strong and successful in this life and beyond. Show more Show less