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Hi I'm Logan

I grew up in Michigan where I was the only member of my church in my school, I love playing sports and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love sports, I love doing things outside and being active. I work three jobs in the summer to save up for school. I am serving my mission in Cordoba Argentina. I am an Eagle Scout and I am the head coach of Middle School Baseball in my area. I have four brothers, two dogs and two cats at home with my parents. I am in College at Brigham Young University-Idaho and I love it! I don't know what I want to do yet for the rest of my life but I am searching and praying while I am in school and still deciding what I want to do.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the faith, but I had to be converted to it just like everyone else. When I was twelve I decided I needed to know why my parents always took me to church every week and why we always read out of the Book of Mormon. I enjoyed all these things but I did not know why we did them. I went to a quiet place and I knelt down and prayed. I prayed for a long time, maybe 30 minutes and finally I received an answer. I felt that the reasons we went were for me to come closer to God and I felt that the Book of Mormon and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day-Saints were the best and truest way to come to closer to God.

How I live my faith

I have taught in church, I was a Family Home Evening Father at BYU-Idaho as a calling from the church. I had a little "family" of about 15 kids and we became close as we met once a week to be together. I have been a Priest Quorum Second Counselor, Teachers Quorum First Counselor, and Deacons Quorum President, which are groups of young men from ages 12-18. I love bringing my friends to church and I do my best to live my faith and let it show without forcing it on others. I love being social and I love people.