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Hi I'm Lucas Hobbs

I am the oldest of 4 kids. I love people, Spanish, and pajamas. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love acting, music, and Disney. I like to Role-Play, and I am an avid D&D player. Technically, I play Pathfinder now, but it's easier to just call it D&D. More people recognize the name. I just finished my first year at college, I'm studying to be a Genetics major, and am hoping to go into teaching. I love the sciences. Except physics. Physics is horrendously difficult for me, and not interesting either, in my own (personal) opinion. I love Spanish. The Spanish language, to me, is just SO incredible. I love everything about it. It's so much fun to speak and learn more about this language.

Why I am a Mormon

The Gospel of Christ is powerful, restorative, healing, and uplifting. It helps people to become better than they would be, stronger than they would be, and closer to Christ than they would be, on their own. The Gospel heals, it refreshes, and it empowers. I love the hope and peace that this Gospel offers, and the happiness that it gives to those who are willing to give up all and follow Christ. I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the true church on the earth today, and I know that the Gospel is true. And I, nor anyone else in the church, is expecting another person to just 'take our word on this'. The Gospel is true for everyone, and accordingly, everyone is capable of finding the joy and hope that the Gospel brings for themselves. I know that this is true, and I say conclude this in Christ's name, Amen.

How I live my faith

I was a Family Home Evening "pa" for a while, meaning I got to plan large group church-activities with a couple of other kids my age. It was a lot of fun, and we tried to make the activities as fun for those to took place in them as possible. I have also been called to serve a mission for my church in the México, México City North mission! That's kind of a mouth full, but basically, it means I'm going to serve a mission in the northern part of México City and its suburbs, and try and bring people the happiness and peace that the gospel lets them feel.

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

Lucas Hobbs
No! A mission is not what we call a "saving ordinance", or something that is required to be saved. If a member is unable to serve due to health issues, financial reasons, personal choice, or otherwise, that is OK. It is very heavily encouraged however, for all able-bodied young men, to serve a mission. Able-bodied young women are also encouraged, although it is not seen as an obligation. Show more Show less