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Hi I'm Andrew

I am nerdy. I am random. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am very scientific. In my experience, many people don't see science and religion as compatible. I think that they are two parts of the same truth. I have very strong feelings about the Gospel, and for me it is a source of great spiritual strength. The way I see it, there are only four things in the world that we all truly need: food, water, air, and the Gospel. If you are without one of those things, you are going hungry.

Why I am a Mormon

I was lucky enough to be born into the Church. Even so, just being born into the truth doesn't mean that you truly believe in it. I can't say that there was one perfectly distinguishable moment in time in which I suddenly realized that the Church and the Gospel were true. It takes time, and more than one of those moments in most cases, to make a disciple of Christ. I was born a Mormon, but I remain one because I have sought out the truth in reading the Scriptures, attending Church and activities, and praying for guidance as well as keeping myself worthy of the gift of the Holy Spirit.

How I live my faith

I'd like to think of myself as well involved in the Church and in my local ward, but I AM only human. I make mistakes, miss opportunities, etc. No member of the Church is perfect, though some people out there who have hung out with us would say otherwise. I feel that the important thing is to do the very best you can to be productive. Don't be a Sunday churchgoer. The more involved you are, the more likely you are to stay involved.