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Hi I'm Adam Labrum

I am from Vernal Utah, I love to play sports and the outdoors. I got called to serve in Busan, Korea. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I was a senior in high school and have played baseball, basketball, and football. I love succeeding and trying my hardest in school. I love being with my friends and doing fun stuff with them. I love being in the outdoors whether it be boating, hiking, camping, and all that good stuff. I am very excited to be serving my Heavenly Father in the Korea Busan mission too.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I love this gospel. It brings me more joy than any other thing on this earth. Striving each day to become more like Christ is what my goal is in life. I have a testimony of the Book of Mormon and the power it holds, it is the most true book ever written on this earth. Because the Book of Mormon is true, I also have a testimony of Joseph Smith. He had a simple question and asked with a sincere heart for an answer. I know he saw the Father and His Son Jesus Christ in the sacred grove and received an answer. He was called of God to be a prophet and restore the gospel on this earth. I know he went through numerous trials, but his faith never wavered. I have a testimony of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. He suffered in the Garden of Gethsemane and bore every sin, pain, temptation, and embarrassment we will ever go through in our lives so that we could return to live with him again. I know the family is a sacred unit and gift from God and I know that I can live with them again. I love this gospel and Jesus Christ, there would be no meaning in life if I didn't have them.

How I live my faith

There is one major way I live my faith. I live it through my own example each and every day. I try my best to reach out to others, to care and be their friends. Service for others is another way I live my faith. We are taught that when we are in the service of our fellow beings, we are only in the service of our God. So basically when we serve our fellow men, we are also serving our Heavenly Father.