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Hi I'm Oscar

I was born in Mexico. Moved to the Pacific Northwest and grew up here. Recent convert! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Well what can say? I'm extremely outgoing and not shy..Although I used to be.. haha. I love cars, it is my hobby. Working on them, learning more about them and yes, drive fast in them. Although I enjoy the concept of cars, I don't plan pursuing a career in the automotive industry. I am hoping to be a mechanical engineer. I was attending College but stopped in order to save up for a mission! To be honest, I never did think I would decide on a mission. But hey! How could I not! Anyways, I wish to have a family of my own in the near future but not until I get off my mission and get back to school. Education to me is of a great importance. I tend to be a fitness addict at times. I enjoy running, long distance that is. Before saving up my money, I did Crossfit. Crossfit is a combination of Olympic weight lifting and pretty much everything else such as cardio, endurance, aerobic, etc. One thing is for sure, it is not easy at alllll.

Why I am a Mormon

If you're wondering why I became a Mormon, or a latter day saint, here it is! My conversion didn't happen on a single day, but more through time and preparation. A 3 year process to be exact. It all began when I was in high school. Lets face it, as most high school students, I definitely didn't have my act together nor was I mature. Well it started when a great friend of mine, towards the end of my senior year, kindly asked me if I wanted to attend with him at his church. I said no. I wasn't interested in church at the time. But I did believe in God. Well soon that friend of mine and a couple of my other friends as well, all left on their missions. I knew what religion they believed in and greatly admired the family structure they possessed at their homes, along with the love, trust and happiness found there. A year passed when I met a girl. I thought it was the girl of my dreams, she was everything I ever wanted from a girl. Loving, caring, secure, funny, outgoing, intelligent, and she was going to school. We hung out, got to know one another and fell in love; well at least I did. A month later, I moved out of my parents house to go live with this girl and some friends of hers as roommates. Long story short, things did not work out, like at all. She was not the girl I thought she was originally. We broke up and I was heart broken. I became humble and searched for happiness. Of course, Heavenly Father sent me the roommates I was living with (same roommates from when I was dating the girl). They happened to be LDS and I admired the trust and relationship they held. I asked one random day if I could attend church with them, wondering what made them be who they were. They were always there for me since day one and never judged me nor mistreated me. That first day I went to church with them, I just felt the Spirit. Loved the congregation, its members and KNEW this was where I belonged, about a month later I was baptized. Ever since then, I have Always been Happy.

How I live my faith

Well to be honest, being a recent convert to the church, I haven't had many opportunities to organize any events within my church. I did however volunteer once with my church and other church members to help a local animal shelter do a fundraiser/adoption event. It was a great success and well worth the experience.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Oscar
To sum it all up, we believe families are here to keep us company and give us love. We believe families are for EVER or eternal. Even after death, we can continue to be with our families. Show more Show less