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Hi I'm Aaron Caprio

I grew it up in Utah. I am a student-athlete at the University of Portland playing on the Men's Soccer team. I'm Mormon.

About Me

I like to do a lot of outdoors things such as hiking, mountain biking, and climbing. I am a current student at the University of Portland playing on the Men's Soccer team. Something I have done that most might identify me with is my soccer career and accomplishments.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know by confirmation through the Holy Ghost that this church is the one true church on this planet. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints is where you can find that true happiness in life, and that is what i have come to find. I was born into the church with both of my parents being members, and they have done a wonderful job at being able to teach me the gospel and allowing me to find out for myself if this church is true. Through prayer and faith, I have come to know for myself that this church is the center for true happiness.This church brings those searching for their purpose in life, to develop faith in themselves as well as within their Heavenly Father, and brings them to a sure state of happiness. I continue to live the gospel because I know it is the one true church.

How I live my faith

I participate in my ward by having served in the calling of first counselor to the bishop. I also have been the Young Men's Basketball coach where i got to teach youth about sportsmanship, as well as, character. I have also taught a couple of classes concerning the gospel and have the opportunity to teach my two younger brothers on occasions about the gospel. My home teaching calling is a very important calling to me, as i love being able to go to the homes of other families and share with them the truths of the church, and bring the Holy Spirit into their lives.