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Hi I'm Trevor

I enjoy shooting, learning and meeting new people. I am a broke college student and loving it!

About Me

I am currently attending BYU-Idaho and I am in my first semester. I love going out with my friends, meeting new people and learning about anything. I really enjoy furthering my education and becoming well rounded. I try study the scriptures every day because it brings the Spirit into my life. I also know how to do a few magic tricks. Its a great way to get everyone comfortable and having a good time which helps get a fun time started.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of several reasons. The first reason is that it has been revealed to me many times that all the claims the church has made are true. When I am at my weakest points in life and I allow myself consider stop going to church I realize that I just can't turn from the truth. I have lived my life in that way before and it was miserable. In contrast, I am the happiest I have ever been when I am living the gospel of Jesus Christ. He is the one I go whenever I have something I need to talk about that might be embarrassing or hard to talk about. He always answers my prayers when they are specific. This helps remind me of His love for me and it helps me to go on through the hard times. It is not an easy life but it is the easiest way to live because it makes me happy.

How I live my faith

As I said before I try to study the gospel everyday. Studying helps me to learn correct principles that I can apply to my life. For example, I make an effort to go to bed early so that I can get up early. I have found that as I do this is gives me a stronger start for the day, plus I seem to perform better in school. The best way to have the Spirit in my day is to make sure that I am constantly putting effort into my current goal. Right now I am trying to spend less time on media and more time doing more wholesome activities, such as reading.