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Hi I'm Jacob Randall

I am from Layton Utah. I earned my Eagle Scout. I am a Mormon and I love the Gospel of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints!

About Me

I am getting ready to serve a mission in Chicago Illinois. I have 3 brothers, 1 sister, and 1 step brother and step sister. I am very social and love to meet new people. I enjoy making new friends. I am very active and love to play basketball. I like to serve others and I am a hard worker. I love to hang out with my family and play games.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised a member of the church. I have always gone to church, participated in scouting, attended young mens, and attended Seminary. I leaned off of my parents testimony until my own was strengthened as I grew older. Life's experiences have taught me a lot and there have been many times I have had to lean on my Heavenly Father for guidance and strength. These experiences have strengthened my own testimony and solidified my faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I love serving my father in Heaven. I know this gospel is true as is the Book of Mormon.

How I live my faith

I try to do my best to serve others. I graduated from Seminary and my testimony of Jesus Christ has grown a great deal. I have been active in many callings serving as a leader to my community. I have been a home teacher and love sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints with others. I was just ordained to the office of an Elder and was able to go through the temple for the very first time. I love to go to the temple and to feel of the Spirit of the Lord.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Jacob Randall
Families are eternal. One of the greatest joys in life is being with your family. The Gospel of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints shows the way that we can be sealed for Eternity. The loss of a loved one is not the end. There is something greater. No matter your circumstances, we all have a loving Father in Heaven and a Savior, Jesus Christ. One key part of the gospel is centralized on families. Keeping yourself clean and pure to enter into the Temple and be sealed for eternity. Then raising children to follow after the teachings of Christ. Show more Show less