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Hi I'm Parker Blair

I moved to a small town in Arizona. I was the starting quarterback to an undefeated state championship team. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy playing the piano, guitar, and ukulele, the last two being self-taught. I do these things along with going for a run whenever I need to clear my head especially. I played quarterback in football, and I was runner-up at Track State in the Triple Jump, 4x100m, 4X400m, and the 200m. I love to read whenever I find a book that holds my interest super well. I'm also a gamer, so I feel like I do everything and can relate to everyone in a type of way. My friends describe me as the most social antisocial person you can meet, which means I simply want to be by myself sometimes where I can enjoy the serenity. On the other hand if I want to be or need to be, I can talk to everyone and I try to be everyone's friend. I try to live by the motto of being the kind of person I needed as a friend when I was younger.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I know this church is the only living and true church here on the Earth today. I believe strongly that Christ suffered and died for us all, and that his atonement is working in me every day. Not only does being a part of this church bring me pure, genuine happiness, but it lets be become the person I've always wanted to be which was as Christlike as humanely possible. I feel welcomed and loved when I attend church activities, and to simply put it having the knowledge of knowing there is always help available to me, spiritual and physical, and that whenever I feel as if I am backed up to the wall of faith, I can always be comforted and strengthened by the Holy Ghost, and that I never am truly alone, because He knows me better than I do, and loves me regardless of how many mistakes I make, because He will always be there, always calling me back whenever I veer from the straight and narrow path.

How I live my faith

I actually teach a gospel principles class for converts or those looking for a basic religious truths class. I go home teaching with my dad and when I was able to I would go and take the sacrament to those who couldn't make it to church that day. When I was in high school I participated in seminary, or a religious seminar class. There I was on the seminary council where I was able to help those struggling with anything. If someone needed a friend that day I would talk to them, and when needed I helped plan activities for the whole seminary kids to attend and have fun and enjoy the company of others.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Parker Blair
A testimony is something that a person individually believes in without a doubt. They have received a spiritual witness that what has been taught to them is true by the Holy Ghost. When a Mormon shares their testimony, they are testifying of all the things that they believe in, know that is true, and what has been confirmed to be true to them by the Holy Ghost. Show more Show less