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Hi I'm Parker Featherstone

I grew up in Utah, I love to ride motorcycles, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints! I am currently serving in the California San Jose Mission. I am planning on attending the University of Utah after I complete my mission and studying in the field of business. I love to be outside! I love to go camping. I love cereal, especially honey bunches of oats :) I love super heroes. One of my most favorite things to do, is to ride my Harley Davidson Sportster! I love it so much! There is nothing like riding a motorcycle on empty roads through tiny towns.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because, I had a question about who God was and what His plan was for me. I decided to research that question and it led me to the Book of Mormon. As I prayerfully studied the teachings that are in the Book of Mormon, my questions were answered and I started to understand the plan that God had for me. I am a Mormon, because it helps me to better understand my purpose in this life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by constantly trying to find ways to serve others around me. I have noticed that when I serve other people I feel a joy that I can't seem to find any other way. I love serving others in any way that I can. Sometimes it isn't convenient or easy, but it is always worth it!

How can we increase our faith in Jesus Christ?

Parker Featherstone
Faith is an action word. Therefore to increase our faith, we must continue to exercise it. As we continually seek to further our understanding and try to live to Gospel of Jesus Christ, our faith will continue to become strong. As Alma states in the Book of Mormon, if we nourish the 'seed' of our faith it will continue to grow. God is a loving Heavenly Father, and He has a plan for each of us. He wants us to understand that plan. You can find out more about his plan through prayer and meeting with your local missionaries. Show more Show less