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Hi I'm Colin

I am Colin Crawdaddy, Introverted Intellectual, Extraverted Adventurer Enthusiast, (and future missionary) Also, I am a Mormon

About Me

As an athletic young man, I find great pleasure in anything that has to do with the great outdoors, though some of my absolute favorite activities are Camping, swimming, mountain biking, jogging (trail running), and LONGBOARDING!! The only thing I love more than having adventures, is sharing the adventures with those i love most, that is why I always lug my camera around with me to document the awesomeness which is my life. At the end of the day, an academic discussion really gets my motor running, and witty banter is always welcome to my ears. Growing up within the church, I was instilled with the strong foundations of integrity, charity, and principles of the Gospel. As I developed into a young man, I ventured out in an effort to gain understanding for myself, this entailed several years of my life where my actions did not adhere to the gospel standards, and To this day I strive to constantly progress, for the purpose of bettering myself, and those around me.

Why I am a Mormon

If being a member of this church was easy, our testimonies would be shallow. . . My testimony has been wrought through the experiences I have had in my own short life. The watchful hand that Heavenly father had over me in my youth, and the Goals he helped me accomplish as a young man have fortified my belief in his existence, Because even when i did not remember him, He remembered me. As an individual who was adopted baby, my own life has been instilled with a certain level of adversity, which has been necessary for me to triumph over. As a young man I was fortunate enough to meet my biological Mother, and biological Father, and even after the 20 year hiatus where our lives were not intertwined, I am happy to report that we are all on good terms.

How I live my faith

My faith is expressed through the example I provide to those in my life. At my workplace, I am alone except for God, he supports me by providing that which I need. In my family, I am the only member, and am sometimes judged because of the conceptions that are held about mormons in general, or about my own past life. This does not discourage me in living what I know to be true.