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Hi I'm Corom Jones

I'm a Mormon. I'm from Salt Lake City, Utah. I am serving a mission in Reynosa, Mexico.

About Me

My name is Corom Jones. I am a missionary for the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Reynosa, Mexico and will serve from Fall 2016 to Fall 2018. I live in Salt Lake City, UT. I absolutely love the Book of Mormon and know for myself that it is the Word of God, if anyone with a willing heart will read it with the intent to find the truth, the Lord will "manifest the truth of it unto you." I love to play the piano, play sports, learn about anything, and teach myself on how things work. I come from a large family and enjoy spending time together with them. I am the oldest of 9, with 6 brothers and 2 sisters. I am a Child of God, He knows who I am and I know who He is. I love the Lord and will serve Him my entire life.

Why I am a Mormon

Many things in my life have made a confirmation to me that this is the correct church. Ask me about them.

How I live my faith

I am a missionary and have dedicated 2 nonstop years of my life to serve the Lord. In high school, I attended the temple once a week to bring myself closer to the Spirit. I daily read from the Word of God and love to attend my Sunday meetings. I love to spread the gospel whenever I can, with people that have questions and with whomever I meet.

What is being a Mormon like?

Corom Jones
Being a Mormon is pretty normal, we do things that most other people do, with a few exceptions. We refrain from partaking of coffee and tea, so my morning starts out with a cold glass of milk. I attend school and have a job, I look and act like other people around me. We listen to music and watch movies. We just use our time to keep ourselves in clean places that we feel comfortable in. https://www.mormonchannel.org/watch/series/mormon-messages-for-youth/leave-the-party We constantly want to keep ourselves in pure standing with our Heavenly Father. Show more Show less