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Hi I'm Zak Falagrady

I grew up in Arizona, Oldest of 7, I love doing anything outdoors. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I love doing anything outdoors. Hiking, camping, exploring, surfing, atv riding, cliff Jumping, skydiving, shooting, and playing any sport. I am the oldest of 7 kids, and I have been called to the Nevada Las Vegas West Mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church and have lived in it my entire life. I started to doubt the church when I was about age 15. but about a year later I found happiness through my Lord and Savior. Since then I have been called to serve a mission to find people who are looking for the Light of Christ. I want to bring happiness to others, like the happiness I feel daily through the Gospel. I am not here to argue but to find those who are lost.

How I live my faith

My calling in the church is teaching 10 year olds, but I previously taught 2-3 year olds. I love teaching the youth of the church. I try to live my life by being examples for them. I try to be someone they can look up too and someone that they wish they could be like. There is nobody who has The Light of Christ more then children. I try to be an example to everyone I meet. I strive to go out of my way to help others and pray daily for opportunities to help those in need. My goal is not to argue with people about religion but to find those who are looking for it.

What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ? Why was it necessary for Jesus Christ to sacrifice His life?

Zak Falagrady
To enter into the Kingdom of God and live with him again we must be perfect, but "The Lord cannot look upon sin in the least degree of Allowance (Alma 45:16)." As Humans we sin daily, so within one day we would be unworthy to be with God again. Through the Atonement we can repent no matter how large or small the sin. " The Lord " offereth himself as a sacrifice for sin, to answer the ends of the law, unto all those who have a broken heart and contrite spirit (2 Nephi 2:7)." If you come unto the Lord and ask for His forgiveness with a broken heart and contrite spirit you can be forgiven daily as long as you strive to not repeat the sin you have been forgiven of. Through the Atonement and Repentance we will be able to return to God. Show more Show less