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Hi I'm Thomas Crozier

I love sports. I'm a theatre major. I'm a Nebraska Omaha missionary. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I grew up in a small town in Idaho. I love sports and theatre. I was a theatre major in college (for what I've done so far) and I played sports all four years of high school. My interests and hobbies are pretty diverse. I really love music. I love all types of music, but most of my favorites fall into the category of alternative rock. From 2012 to 2014 I'm privileged to serve a mission in Omaha Nebraska.

Why I am a Mormon

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the Lord's kingdom once again established on the earth in this day. I was raised by loving parents who showed me how to pattern my life. I knew from their example that whatever they had was something that I wanted. As I have grown and observed them, I have found that what brought love and stability to the family was a strong faith in Jesus Christ. As I read the Book of Mormon to know of it's truthfulness, I felt the Spirit testify of its truthfulness. I know that Joseph Smith was the Lord's servant in restoring the church of Christ. I know that we are led by Thomas S. Monson today, a prophet of God. Most Importantly I know that Jesus is the Christ, the son of the Eternal Father, and in him we have life today and after the day of this life, we can live with them again.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to be a better person every day of my life. I know that we all make mistakes and I am far from an exception to the rule. But out faith teaches us to repent daily and I strive to do that. I also try and leave a positive impact on everyone I meet. There are amazing things to be learned from anyone you can meet, and I like to try and find out what those are. I love to serve other people, because I find joy in helping other people and "doing unto others what I would have done unto me".