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Hi I'm Aaron Spencer Liddle

I'm an Entertainer, I'm from England, I'm currently serving a mission in Canada, I love food, and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I'm from a small little island, you might have heard of it, most people call it England, I call it the promised land. I hail from London but admittedly spent most of my life in a city called Sunderland. It's in the North East of England, kind of near Scotland (but I am not Scottish... not that there's anything wrong with that, I just wanted to clarify). I have a younger brother who I will one day beat at Mario Kart and a younger Sister who I played Minecraft with (A LOT). I also like video games, in case that wasn't painfully obvious. My passion is, and always will be, entertaining. I love it. My favourite thing in the world to do is make someone laugh, when other people are happy, I'm happy, it's as simple as that. In my younger years I found myself doing a lot of musicals. I played such parts as Daddy Warbucks in Annie, the Cowardly Lion in the Wizard of Oz and an Ugly Step Sister in Cinderella (after auditioning for Prince Charming... yay)! I eventually started to make comedic videos for YouTube. I rap, I sing, I make a fool of myself, it's all good fun. I love every aspect of it, the writing, the acting, the editing, I even made my own recording studio, green screen, mic, lights and all, my family is now without a dining room but hey, they'll survive. I'm also a comic book geek and a sci-fi fan. If you have any questions on Marvel, DC, Star Wars or Doctor Who, I'm your guy!

Why I am a Mormon

Okay, I'll admit it, I was born in the church, and you know what, I am incredibly thankful for that fact. It allowed me to have certain standards which protected me from an ever changing world. There comes a time however, when one must come to know what is true for them self, and I couldn't do that simply by following my Mother to church every week. I suppose for a long time, I kind of took the church for granted, I didn't realise how much it had blessed my life nor did I yet understand how much it could bless my life. I had never planned on being a full time missionary, in fact, I didn't even like missionaries for the longest time. I thought they were all robots 2 screws short of a personality, besides, none of my immediate family had served a mission, so why should I? Then one day my Uncle, who served a mission in South Africa, spoke to me about serving a mission. He told me I had been blessed with certain talents and abilities that could enrich and bless the lives of many people I would meet whilst preaching the gospel. I tried to shrug the remarks off but his words stuck with me. I had some real thinking to do. I turned to the Book of Mormon, I was familiar with it, growing up in the Church and all but I don't think I had ever read it all the way through before. It was time I figured out what I believed and thus began my spiritual journey. Now I won't lie, at first, it was pretty difficult to read the Book of Mormon, the language isn't exactly common in this day and age. Still, as I prayed, pondered and studied harder than I ever had before, I felt a seed growing inside of me and I liked it. I eventually turned to the Lord in prayer and asked him if I should serve a mission. I'll be honest, I was kind of hoping for a chorus of angels to appear and reveal the answer to me but that didn't happen, nothing happened, so I continued to read the Book of Mormon. When I put the book down, I heard the doorbell ring and lone behold, 2 missionaries... I took the hint!

How I live my faith

I suppose the way I live my faith is simply by trying to follow Jesus Christ's example as much as I can. One way I do that is by preaching His gospel. I was so excited when I decided to serve a mission, I didn't even care where I was called. The only thing I said was that I didn't want to go anywhere cold... so now I am currently serving a mission in Canada... beautiful! All jokes aside though, I love it! My testimony has grown so much since I've been out. I've seen the Gospel change lives and bring people happiness that they never though was possible. While on a mission, I try my best to help people through teaching, serving, and pretty much whatever I can do. I try and always remember that everyone I meet is my brother and sister, we are all the children of a loving Heavenly Father and because of that I try and love everyone with that same love that I have felt from my Heavenly Father. To be more specific though, I relaise that any talents I have been blessed with are gifts from God and not just gifts for me but for everyone. So whilst I will try my best to follow the example of Jesus Christ, I recognise that I am my own person so I also try and live my faith by making people feel good and the way I do that is usually through laughter. Living this faith has blessed my life in so many ways I can't even begin to express my gratitude. When I'm back form my mission, I hope to be the same example I am out here. I'll live my faith by fulfilling all of my callings, going to Church ever week, reading the Scriptures every day, praying as much as I can and loving my family! I love this Gospel, I love Christ and I love being a full time missionary!