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Hi I'm Colton

I'm a Mormon. I love doing outdoors activities while spending time with family and friends. I'm from Utah.

About Me

I'm 18 years old. Being a part of this church has always brought me joy and happiness. My dad was converted to this church when my mom married him. Although my dad is the only member of the church on his side of the family, his side of the family still respects our beliefs. On my moms side of the family, all of them are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints. I have a strong relationship with all of my family, although this Church gives me unity with my family because we all are on the same page. I love playing sports, some of my favorites are; Rugby as well as American Football. My all-time favorite hobby is flying. My junior year of high school, I earned my Private Pilots Certificate. I hope to one day fly as an airline pilot. While those are some of my past accomplishments, I am very excited to begin a new chapter in my life as I serve a mission in the Samoa, Apia mission. I report to the Provo M.T.C. July 13 2016.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I feel like a part of something truly amazing. Most importantly, I believe in this Churches teachings. I have a testimony of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Living the life of a Mormon gives you hope. Being able to repent of our sins is an amazing blessing. Through the Atonement of Jesus Christ one can be made whole through proper repentance and diligence.

How I live my faith

I participate in my community as a member of the church who sets an example of a hardworking, and very strong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The example you set as a community member as well as ward member, can not only inspire others, but it can change lives. I strive to do good and be a better member of the Church. Although times do get hard, getting yourself off the ground when you fall is the most important key to remember. You must pick yourself up and press forward when times get tough.