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Hi I'm Parker Feltner

I live in St. George, Utah. It's a great day to be a Mormon missionary in the California Fresno Mission.

About Me

I'm serving a mission in Fresno, California Spanish speaking. I am the oldest of 5. I love my family and I enjoy being with them. I love to play basketball, baseball, golf, and the drums. I love to be at the lake wakeboarding and playing sand volleyball. More importantly I love to share the Gospel with everyone I meet. My goal for the future is to be a Dermatologist and later a researcher to find a cure for my little sister and brother's disease. They have a rare skin disorder called Xeroderma Pigmentosum or XP for short. They are allergic to the UV rays and if they are exposed to these harmful rays eventually they will get melanoma cancer. Despite their disability, they are the happiest people I know.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church and had always just assumed that it was true. It wasn't until I was preparing to serve my mission that I decided to find out if all of this is true or not. I read the Book of Mormon and took to heart Moroni's promise and asked Heavenly Father if the book is true. And here I am today.

How I live my faith

I am a full time proselyting Mormon Missionary and I wouldn't want to be anywhere else but here. I have the opportunity to share the Gospel to many people each day and watch as the Spirit touches their hearts and changes their lives.

What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ? Why was it necessary for Jesus Christ to sacrifice His life?

Parker Feltner
Without the Atonement, we would have absolutely no purpose in this life. Even if we knew everything there is about this life, the past life, and the life to come, it would not matter without the Atonement of Jesus Christ. It makes it possible to change our lives and become better people. It gives us a second chance. It gives us the hope to live a better tomorrow. Show more Show less