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Hi I'm Justin

I'm a cowboy, a wrestler, a dirt bike rider, a hunter, an oratory state champion, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Price Utah on July 15, 1997. I grew up just outside of a small town in Utah called Cleveland. I graduated from Emery High School in 2016 with a 4.0 GPA. I am leaving soon to serve as a full time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and I have been assigned to labor in the Germany, Frankfurt Mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a very active LDS family which has been instrumental in helping me to grow and develop in the gospel. Although my family is a huge part of my life and I love them with all my heart, I am not a member of this church simply to make them happy. I am a Mormon because I believe with all my heart and with all my soul that Jesus Christ lives and that this is his church. I know that Joseph Smith was a prophet and that through him the true gospel of Jesus Christ was restored to the earth. I know that God hears and answers our prayers. I know that if we are baptized by the proper Authority and if we honer both the covenants that coincidence with that sacred ordinance and the covenants that we make in the temple, that we can return to live with our father in heaven again. I know that the Savior Jesus Christ lives and that he loves each and every one of us, and that if we will repent and come unto him that we can be made clean.

How I live my faith

Durring my lifetime I have had many opportunities to serve in the church. As a youth, I had several opportunities to serve as a leader over my age group, and during my senior year of high school I had the sacred opportunity to serve as the seminary president of the Castle Dale Utah Seminary. During my time serving in that calling I was able to, along with the other members of the seminary Council, act as a liaison between the seminary teachers and the youth in my high school, so that we could plan activities, morning sides, and devotionals that best fit the needs of the youth. Through my service in that calling, I developed a deeper love and respect for the members of my high school and my faith and testimony in the savior Jesus Christ grew immensely. I have excepted a call to serve as a full time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and I have been assigned to labor in the Germany, Frankfurt mission.