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Hi I'm Eric

I'm an ASL interpreter with a powerful imagination. I love having adventures, helping people, and science. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I love long boarding, archery, guitar, parkour and most of all: spending time with the people I love. For three years I did swim team, was a life guard, and taught private swim lessons all at the same time. Now I'm a Mechanical Engineering student. I love superhero's and I love the concept of being a hero. I'm going to change the world someday. I want to be a mechanical Engineer so I can build things that make peoples lives better. I'm also a certified sign language interpreter. I served a mission in LA California as a sign language missionary.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was about 14 I started reading the book of mormon for the first time. I had a strong hunger for guidance to know if the church was true and to have the strength to do what is right. I slept on a bunk bed at that time. I didn't have any paper up there but I had a pencil, so every time I found a scripture that really touched my heart I would write in on the wall. I wrote quite a few scriptures up there and with everyone my faith grew stronger. Like a tree in my heart my testimony grew and grew and I know without a doubt that the book of mormon is the word of God. It's brought me closer to my father in heaven and helped me to understand so much more about Christ and what he means to me. Everyday the Gospel gives me hope. Hope that I am a son of God and that someday all will be made right and I will be able to see my Father in Heaven again and live with him and all the people I love once again.

How I live my faith

I'm the branch clerk in the ASL branch which means I take care of all the financial stuff for the branch. I'm also the assistant ward mission leader, so I help encourage the members to share the gospel with those around them and to strengthen each other.