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Hi I'm Levi Wolfey

I grew up in Utah. I ran four years of track and cross country I've been playing the cello since I was 10. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm 18 and I live in Utah, where I have lived for my whole life. I was blessed with six older sisters who are all married now, and I have also been blessed to have been raised in the LDS church. Growing up I didn't do a lot of social things outside of my family because I was very shy until I entered fifth grade. There I met the teacher who was the conductor for our elementary orchestra. Because of her I was able to start playing the cello which has been an amazing opportunity that has blessed me a lot these past eight years. This and along with joining the high school track and cross country teams has helped me to be able to connect to so many people and overcome my shyness. I was never a state champion runner while I was in school but it did bless me by helping me be able to learn how to connect with others. Because of running I now have many lifelong friends who I will cherish forever.

Why I am a Mormon

I've chosen to be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because of the happiness the gospel offers to each and every one of us and our families. And I've been blessed to experience that happiness in my family as we have followed the gospel plan of happiness. I can testify that as we follow Christ's teachings and truly convert ourselves to him and Heavenly Father then we can find true happiness in life, in both this one and the next because of Christ and his atonement. I'm part of this church because I know that our prophets are ordained of God to help us find eternal happiness with our families and to return to Christ.

How I live my faith

Ever since I was 12 and have been able to be in a scout troop and also since I have been ordained a Deacon I have held a leadership position in one or the other. And sometimes both at the same time. While I was a deacon I was made the patrol leader for the other boys my age and towards the end of my deacon years I was called to be the deacon quorum president until I became a teacher and venture crew member. From there I was called to the teacher's quorum presidency and eventually became the president until I became a priest. After about a year of being a priest I was called to be the 1st assistant to the bishop and shortly after this was then called to be on the stake youth committee to represent our ward to help plan and carry out stake activities, such as trek which we are going on this year for youth conference.