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Hi I'm Dallin

I'm from Arkansas, I started my own business when I was 10. I love every activity that involves the outdoors. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a teenager that is an absolute adrenaline junky, I love anything and everything that can be done outdoors. I also will read anything and everything I can get my hands on, I love it all. I am going to be leaving soon to travel out to Hong Kong to serve my mission speaking Cantonese! I will then be attending BYU. My Best Friend would describe me as easy to talk to and get to know and super funny.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have studied and prayed about everything people have shared with me. I haven't chosen to be a member of the church because my parents and siblings are members, I became one through studying and asking Heavenly Father myself if its true. Upon receiving my answer that it is true I have stayed a member because the complete love I feel from my Father in Heaven as I strive to do what he would have me do. The Gospel of Jesus Christ brings nothing but happiness and love to my heart. One of the most important teachings of this Church to me is the belief in eternal families. Many Christians believe in a life after death, that when we die we will either go to Heaven or Hell based on how we live on Earth. But in the Mormon church we believe that not only is there a life after death but that we can be sealed to our families for time and all eternity. Not like in most marriages where it is till death do we part. And this brings me a lot of peace in my life knowing that I will be able to see all my family again no matter what happens here as long as I live my life in accordance with Gods will and strive to follow him with everything I do.

How I live my faith

I am part of a youth committee for my area that helps with planning and organizing activities for the youth in the area. I go out once a month and participate with my father in something we call home teaching this is where we go out to peoples homes and just check in on them and see how they are doing and see if there is anything we can do to help them, we then typically end with sharing some sort of short fun message with them. I help serve my community through projects and ideas based on needs of people in the area.