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Hi I'm Nephi Taylor Meono

I Nephi have been born of goodly parents. I grew up in Utah. I love football, basketball, learning, and my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I recently graduated high school, where I enjoyed being starting quarterback for 3 years. I love the game of football because it's comparable to life and the gospel. There are great moments of joy when victories are won combined with moments of sadness and grief when we lose. What I have learned is to cherish the good moments and learn from the mistakes. Sometimes learning from the mistakes requires help from a coach or mentor. The best mentor I have in my life is my older brother and Savior Jesus Christ, who helps me recover from my mistakes and provides great hope when times are dark. This has inspired me to share my play book, the plan of salvation with others by serving a full time mission. Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a multi generational home of latter day saints, where my faith was built upon the testimony of others. My true conversion began after the death of my older brother. While I knew that the Gospel of Jesus Christ was true, I wanted to know for myself that I would see my Brother again. Knowing that the Gospel of Jesus Christ unites family for eternity inspires me to live my life worthily to see my Brother and Savior Jesus Christ again.

How I live my faith

I live in a small town where I was able to use my priesthood to bless others. I had the opportunity to pass, prepare, and bless the sacrament to the members of my ward. One of the most special moments was found in performing "Shut Ins." This where I delivered the sacrament to members that could not leave their homes. I enjoyed be of service to my fellow ward members and their company that helped build my faith.