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Hi I'm Ronald Enciso

I've mostly lived in Orem my whole life, I play soccer, love being outside, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am now preparing to serve a full time mission in Recife Brazil. I report September 17th. I love soccer and will always be a huge fan. I've placed basically my whole life. I just graduated High-School. Currently am not working because I'm just counting down the days till I leave. I am bilingual and speak Spanish and English and soon to speak portugese. My dad is from Peru so I have family down there that we go visit at least once a year and we go down to play soccer. My mom is from Montana. My parents met while they were on their missions. My only brother is already out serving a full time mission in Santiago Chile.

Why I am a Mormon

Well I was born into this church but it was not forced on me. I chose this church in time. At first I relied on my parents to know the truth, but as I grew and became more mature I was able to discern the right from the wrong and I was able to know for myself that this is the true church and so I became more involved and am a very active member.

How I live my faith

I live my faith every day. I wake up and begin with praying to god. Then I ready my scriptures. I am preparing right now to serve a full time mission in Recife Brazil. I constantly attend all of my church meetings and constantly bear my testimony to those who need to hear it.

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

Ronald Enciso
No not all memebers are required to serve a mission, but we believe all able, and worthy men should serve a mission. We also encourage women to serve a mission. missionaries usually begin to serve a mission aroung the age of 18-19 but retired seniors and married couples are able to serve also. We are strongly encouraged to serve but we all have agency and may choose whether to serve or not. Show more Show less