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Hi I'm Jason

I grew up in Southern California and moved to Utah in the 2nd grade. I love Utah I've grown up here with my Brother, and 3 sisters

About Me

I love the outdoors, and Utah is the place for it. I enjoy fishing, running, hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding, long boarding, even bbq-ing. I like to be outdoors, and will probably enjoy most activities any one can find. I'm a really happy person, I try to radiate Joy, and Happiness for the reason that I believe I can make people happier than they already are. I have one older Brother, one older Sister, two younger Sisters, making me the middle child. My family converted to the church when I was 7, and my Mother married my step-father Thomas. My Dad (Tom) has always been there for me, I couldn't have asked for someone better to have taken care of me. Even though we're not blood related, he is absolutely my Father. I love him dearly I know i'd be off on a path less than par if it wasn't for him. For that reason he's always going to be one of the most special persons to have been in my life. My Sisters are very active and have lots of energy, we get along very well. My Brother and I don't have the best of relationships, we need to work on it more.

Why I am a Mormon

The first reason came from trust. My family converted when I was 7 and at that time I wasn't truly converted, my Mother believed it was. I've trusted her all my life, when she said this Church was true I followed. Now that I'm older I've grown in the gospel for most of my life and I love it! I love being Mormon! My knowledge of the Gospel has grown slowly like growing a tree, one day it was realized to me that it was stronger than I've thought it was. I know that if you sick with this faith you'll be blessed and you'll edify people around your life.

How I live my faith

I like to be as social as I can, and attending church activities has blessed me with friends that promote positive peer pressure. As a Mormon, I love it when my faith is recognized before I tell people. I strongly believe that we should try to radiate best we can, and to live our faith properly. A favorite quote of mine is "If someone can't tell if you're Mormon, you're doing it wrong." It's not the easiest faith to follow, but you can feel the spirit and blessing that come when you are more obedient. participating in a lot of the activities, mostly requires in being present. If you're there, you will meet others that will involve you, when that happens just run with it. Enjoy the company of other good people and do whatever you can to be involved.