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Hi I'm Hi, I'm Dallin Vosti!

I love sports. I love root beer. I am serving as a missionary in Argentina to share the Gospel. And I am Mormon! #MendozaArgentina

About Me

I am 18 and I just graduated from high school. I swam for the high school swim team for four years and this past season I was one of the captains. I really like to watch and play other sports like basketball and football, too. I live with my parents and my three siblings; we sometimes don't get along, but I still love them! I also really love business and I took a lot of business classes in high school (Marketing, Business Management, Economics). My friend and I started a lawn mowing business when we were 11 years old.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born a member of the LDS church. My mom's family had been members for a while, but my dad was a convert to the church. I had the great blessing to grow up in the church. But everybody has to find out if it's true or not on their own and I did that. In the Book of Mormon, Moroni 5: 3-5, the prophet Moroni challenges us to read the Book of Mormon and find out if the things in it are true by praying and asking the Lord. He promises that if we sincerely ask, we will receive an answer through the Holy Spirit. I took this challenge after reading the Book of Mormon for the first time and I now know it is true because I have read it and the Spirit has testified to me that it is true. I continue to be a member of the LDS church because it brings me true happiness. I've done some things I am not proud of that are outside the teachings of the church and those were some of the worst times of my life. The gospel has made me far happier than I would be if I was not a member. I know this is true. I know the church is true and Jesus Christ is our Savior.

How I live my faith

One of the things I try to do to participate in my ward is service. I feel like people know that they can call me to help out with any type of service; things like yard work, helping someone move in, or giving a blessing. I also enjoy home teaching. I visit three families in my ward and we talk and either me or my dad give a short lesson, usually out of the Ensign. We also ask if there is anything we can do for the family (another opportunity to serve). Finally, I think the best way I live my faith thus far is that I have committed to serve an LDS mission. I know that there is nothing better for me to do at this point in my life and the Lord truly wants me to go serve the people in the area that I am called to.