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Hi I'm Andrus Rock

I was adopted from S. Korea. Working on a Master's in Social Work. I have a beautiful wife and daughter. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a Master's student studying social work at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. My goal is to work in a high school someday and help mold the youth of America. I love to exercise, play basketball and golf, and spend time serving others. My wife and I met in our singles ward in college at Utah State University.. We have a wonderful little girl who is the joy of our lives.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of my knowledge and testimony of my Savior Jesus Christ. It was when I was 17 years old that I gained my own testimony of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. Up until then I had leaned upon the testimony of my parents and church leaders. When I was a teenager I wanted to know if this was something I wanted to continue to pursue and devote my life to. It was after reading sections of the Book of Mormon and then asking our Heavenly Father in prayer if it was true that I really knew what God's plan was for me. My testimony was really strengthened when I served my mission in Toronto, Canada. I was able to study, testify, and teach the gospel of Jesus Christ every single day for two years. It was then that I truly gained a full perspective of how my testimony would shape my life. I know that by continually living the gospel of Jesus Christ brings me the only true happiness we can strive for.

How I live my faith

My faith means everything to me. As a Mormon I try to live my faith through my actions. It is everyday that I try to improve my life and the choices that I make. It is through the small and seemingly insignificant things that I live my faith. Living my religion means serving others and trying to help others come closer to Jesus Christ. I love having the opportunity to serve in my local congregation. It brings me closer to my Savior knowing that I am helping my fellow brothers and sisters.