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Hi I'm Zachary McClure

I'm a Mormon. I'm an Eagle Scout and proud of it. I love the Gosple and I don't know what I'd do without it.

About Me

I've done some college after getting home schooled through high school. I love the out doors and being apart of the Boy Scouts of America, I'd never have the skill set I do without it. I'm a big nerd, not to big to know a lot about things, but I consider myself a nerd. The Gosple has changed my life and it will continue to do so, I mean who knows how much a person can learn in 2 years (I'll be ecstatic to share my experience(s) about my mission if you're interested in hearing about it). If you'd like to know anything feel free to ask.

Why I am a Mormon

To be honest at first it seemed a little odd to join a church at the age of 7, I mean as a little kid things are quite different. When I turned 8 I got baptized and ever since I turned 12 I have always wanted to be apart of this church, I feel at home when I'm at church or doing something related to it. It helps me feel peace and love and I don't believe I would have found that in another church. I mean the people I look up to are such great examples and seeing where they grew up, the LDS church, I know that I can be a great example for future generations to come. I will never deny what I know to be true and I've come to know a lot of things, prayer has helped solidify the truths I've found. If you want to know anything else regarding this, Just ask

How I live my faith

Ever since I turned 12 I have always been a leader for the young men in my ward and though it was difficult sometimes it always turned out good, I mean it never hurts to learn more right? A big part of my faith is service and being a Boy Scout has always been a big part of that, My city has 3 Boy Scout troops, but I feel we all contribute to our community. I became an Assistant Scout Master at the age of 18 (Missionary age for me). I've had a good year helping my troop and it's taught me patience as well as other great attributes. I'm an open book about this and I don't mind sharing.