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Hi I'm Isaac

I grew up in the cities of Mesa and Gilbert in Arizona. I love sports and did cross country and track in high school.I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am in college right now. But throughout my youth and high school I played many sports. I played baseball for about ten years, basketball on a team for 2 years (but I still love playing it), and cross country and track every year throughout high school. I like learning new things especially, especially in math and science. I took calculus and physics one year in high school and will hopefully continue it throughout college. Lastly, I absolutely love watching movies. I used to work at Harkins Theatres and would go see many movies and loved it.

Why I am a Mormon

I first became a Mormon because i was born into it. I continue to stay one because of the teachings of the gospel. It makes sense to me and I've felt the blessings in my life. I've been able to see change in my life and others as I have grown up. I know that Joseph Smith is a true prophet and that he translated the Book of Mormon. There is no way that an uneducated farmer could have written something magnificent as the Book of Mormon. I know that God gave him the ability to translate it. I know the Book of Mormon really is another testament of Jesus Christ. I know that God loves us and blesses us and wants us to return to Him again. I know that if i follow his teachings then I will be able to return to Him again.

How I live my faith

Throughout my life I have always gone to Sunday school and our weekly activities. I participated in the Boy Scouts of America and earned my Eagle Scout from it. The Boy Scouts organization is completely separate from our church, but we do believe in their ideals and we do participate in scouting. I have gone to many different types of service projects and I was able to see first hand the change and happiness some people received from the service.