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Hi I'm Andrew John Robinson

I'm a missionary, a singer, and I love life. and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I want to change the world and I believe that we all can and do. I believe that life was meant to be enjoyed and that's what I like to do. And if you can sing and have adventures, too? There's nothing better.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe that every single person should have the opportunity to get to live in a paradise, and return to live with God, no matter the grievousness of the mistakes of their past... we believe that everyone can when they choose the correct path and that way they can find happiness that lasts forever. I know it sounds like a fairy tale, but it was meant to be our reality.

How I live my faith

I do church productions to meet new people and share my talents. I kinda like having fun including fire tennis, cliff jumping, parasailing, and... crowd surfing. I do all these things because it's a good way to make friends and show people that you can actually have even more fun and avoid drugs and alcohol and things like that.

What is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' attitude regarding homosexuality and same sex marriage?

Andrew John Robinson
We believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman. We also believe that homosexual relations are not in accordance with the plan that God has for all of His children. We believe in the commandment that God gave to Adam and Eve and to all of us when He said "multiply and replenish the earth." However, Jesus taught that we need to love everyone, and the truth is that we all have temptations and inclinations of all kinds, and homosexuality is one that many have or have had or will have in the future. We welcome everyone to learn more about God's plan for us and as they do so, they will discover that as they strive to become more like Christ and be "perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect" that they will have no more desires to do wrong of any kind, but only to do good unceasingly. It's His plan, and we need to trust Him, and we will be happy. Show more Show less