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Hi I'm Zach

I was born and raised in New Jersey, but I currently live in Arizona. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My main hobbies are video games, music, and almost anything with a computer. I also enjoy watching football. I plan to attend college to pursue a degree in Business. When I lived in New Jersey I used to be in a rock band, going back and forth between lead singer and drummer while also being the primary songwriter for the band.

Why I am a Mormon

I have a firm testimony in His gospel and His church. I was born with a hole in my heart and was expected not to survive. My parents had the missionaries come and give me a blessing, and almost immediately the hole began to close up without the doctors being able to provide any explanation. Growing up with a testimony in His church and His gospel has helped me to build a strong sense of morality and has provided guidance in my life. Attending church has helped us to build strong relationships with our ward family and it has been a blessing to have their support in our times of need as well as to provide the same for them. I know He is real and loves me because I have received answers to my prayers, I've seen His miracles firsthand and I've experienced the difference between life with and without His church and His gospel. I know without a doubt these things are real, and I would invite anyone who is willing to come and experience them for themselves.

How I live my faith

My previous hometeaching opportunities have helped me to get to know a few families in our ward, which was great both because it allowed me to get to know their families on a personal level and also to help us get more in touch with our ward since we are relatively new to the area. I am now currently partnered with my father and we have received new families to teach, and we look forward to getting to know them as well. I have also been called to be a Ward Missionary, allowing me to serve with our full-time missionaries both to prepare me for my mission as well as to provide a friendly and familiar face to new members who join our ward.