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Hi I'm Todd

I was born and raised in Kaysville, Utah. I graduated from Davis High school with High honors. I love boardsports. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to snowboard, skateboard, and wakeboard. I've been a member of the LDS faith since I was born, and currently have a call to the Mexico AguasCalientes Mission. I play piano, and have been at it for 12 or 13 years now, but the number of hymns I've learned is closer to zero than it is to ten. I've been to Guatemala for a service/vacation/tour with a seminary group with a group of friends. I ran track in High school, and graduated from Davis High school in may of 2014. I currently have been accepted to the University of Utah, undeclared in my major.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because when I choose to follow the teachings of this church, their is a sense of clarity and truth that I gain. It's a different kind of feeling than, for example, solving a math problem. It makes sense, but it's not something I can make sense of. I love this gospel. It's teachings have changed my life astronomically. Without it I don't know what my circumstances would be, and I don't ever want to find out what they would be. All in all, I know that what I'm doing when I follow the gospel is right. What I'm doing for the Lord, my friends, family, and myself, is the right thing to do.

How I live my faith

I'm an elder in my ward, and have a calling to the Mexico Aguascalientes Mission. I leave for the Provo MTC October 1st, 2014. Also I like to help out around my ward and stake, and previously have participated in putting on a camp for incoming high school seniors that focused on preparing them for missions of their own. In the past I've been in quorum presidency's and leadership positions of various types, and have greatly enjoyed my time serving my fellow men and the Lord in his church.