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Hi I'm Logan West

I grew up in Nevada. I graduated 4 years of seminary, became an eagle scout, and have been around the world. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi, my name is Logan. I have worked at Dominos Pizza for the last 1 1/2 years. I love to wakeboard, longboard, bmx, dirt bike, play any kind of sport, and be outside. I like to play the piano and have been playing for over 10 years. I love being with friends and going on dates. I will be going to UVU fall term of 2018. I am an Eagle Scout. I am a 4 year seminary graduate, as well as a high school graduate. I love my family and love sharing/living the gospel.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I love the people in my ward family. I love being apart of something that makes me feel so warm inside. I am a Mormon because as I have been raised, I have gained a stronger testimony of this church and the truth of it. I continue to follow His gospel because going to church fills me with the spirit. As I go to church classes and meetings, I know that what I am doing is right, and I see changes and blessings in my life that I would not have gotten without being in this church.

How I live my faith

I have lived in the church for all of my life, and have had many callings. I am known as 1 of 3 "Ward Organists" which plays the organ every other week in front of 250 people during Sacrament. I have been president of a quorum for all of my youth life. I home-teach many families in my ward. I go out with the missionaries and work with them. I have been taught to lead, learn, and love the knowledge and faith I have gained through participating in my church.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Logan West
Family is what we believe to be the most important unit in the church. It is central to our Heavenly Fathers plan. Families are called to love, teach, serve, and learn from each other. As a Pre-Missionary, I realize that I am leaving my family for two years, to let others live with their families for time and all eternity. As we live with our families, we will have trials and tribulations but through these will have blessings from God. Show more Show less