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Hi I'm Kade Eppich

My name is Kade Eppich, im from Eltopia, Washington, and im a Mormon.

About Me

Im currently serving a mission in Ghana Accra, and i absolutely love the people and the culture! I miss my family and friends back home, but i know what i am doing is worth it! Before my mission i was attending BYU Provo, and i plan to continue to pursue my education there when i finish my Mission. My Life Goal is to take advantage of all the talents my Heavenly Father has given me, and to have no regrets. I love any sporting activity, i'm a huge fan of music, and I love watching movies. I attend Connell High School where i was apart of many extra-curricular activities such as: Football, Basketball, Track, FBLA, National Honor Society, and Knowledge Bowl.

Why I am a Mormon

Im a Mormon because I know with all my heart that this is Jesus Christ only true and living church on the face of this earth. Through this church i have gained a better understanding of my Savior and Redeemer whether it be through the Book Of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, or modern day revelation, and that because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ not only can our sins be washed away but also our sufferings, afflictions, trials sickness(Alma 7: 11-13). Plus by the Grace of Christ, he can enable us to do things that we can never do on our own. These are a few unique teaching, of many, that applies to the true church of Jesus Christ, The Healing AND Enabling Power of the Atonement, and that is a main reason, why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my Faith by acting and not being acted upon. Im always trying to act on the impressions that i receive by the Holy Ghost, and help those that are in need of something whether it be easy daily task, or helping to know our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Also, by acting on what the modern day prophets and apostles have to say to us.