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Hi I'm Mason

I'm from Washington, I was called to serve in the Arizona, Tucson mission, I want to be in the Air Force, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm, an Eagle Scout, I work at a movie theater, I plan on going to BYU-Idaho, I graduated High school in 2015, and I will serve a mission from November 2015 to November 2017.

Why I am a Mormon

This gospel isn't a part of my life- it is life. My heavenly father has a plan for me, but it only works out the way it's supposed to if I do as he commands. And even if what he asks is hard or just seems hard, he will provide a way for me.

How I live my faith

I go to church every week and I love it. I also enjoy a mission prep class that is held in the morning. I love this gospel so much and it has brought me deep and profound joy. I feel selfish and ungrateful not sharing that joy with others and that is why I chose to serve a mission.

What are Mormon church services like? Are visitors allowed at church meetings? Can I attend church?

Our main part of the service is called Sacrament meeting. This meeting is held in our chapels on Sunday and lasts about an hour. It is most common for families to go together, so feel free to bring your children- no matter how small. Anyone is able and welcome to attend. If you have not yet been formally invited to attend a church meeting, consider this your invitation! (Not that you needed one) Sacrament meeting consists of a ceremony called the Sacramental ordinance, and a few predetermined speakers. Unless it is the first Sunday of the month. That is Fast and Testimony meeting, where anyone in the audience can approach the pulpit and bear their own testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ! Show more Show less