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Hi I'm Gabriel

I play soccer and piano and I love to draw. I will be serving in the Bangkok, Thailand mission and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy drawing and playing piano. Along with these hobbies, I play soccer and I would like to attend college following my mission and play soccer in college. While attending college I want to go to dental school and eventually become an orthodontist. I also am involved in programs that meet the needs of those that have disabilities. Those programs help everyone involved grow as individuals and make new friends every day. I enjoy listening to music as well as writing music, it really allows me to express myself.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into this church and I am so glad that I have this gospel in my life. I choose to live this gospel and follow the teachings of it because of the blessings I've received. I have gained a strong faith in this gospel and I know that this church is true. I know that through sincere prayer you will receive answers and you will be blessed because of your faith in the Lord. I am thankful for the gospel and how happy I feel because of it. It blesses me and the people around me and I can see that.

How I live my faith

As a young man in the church, I strive to be the best example I can be. Whether it is teaching my friends during church about gospel principles or standards that are dear to me or helping those outside of the church realize how important the church is to me and how it has benefited my life. I share my feelings and thoughts with those around me. I help organize events for youth in my community to gain a better friendship with me and others in the church and out of the church. I also help organize events to help people gain stronger faith in the church, or to gain faith if they feel that they want it. I use the teachings of my parents and church leaders to help others understand why this church is so important to me.