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Hi I'm Justin Hunter

I grew up in a small town in Idaho and I am serving the Lord in Everett, Washington!

About Me

I live in a small town of about 300 people. I live on a farm and love spending my time in the outdoors. I enjoy camping, fishing, and hunting. I am leaving in just a couple days to serve a full-time, two year mission in Everett, Washington. I can't wait to serve the Lord!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The most recent convert in my family is a grandfather. Even though I have been raised in the LDS church, I have not always had a strong testimony. When I was younger, I relied heavily on the testimonies of others, mainly my parents. However, you must obtain your own testimony and this transition for me was a little bumpy at times. I spent a lot of time studying the scriptures and praying to receive my own witness of the truthfulness of this gospel. I would be so lost in the world without the knowledge I have gained about why we are here on this Earth.

How I live my faith

I have held many youth leadership positions over the last few years. I helped plan and execute activities for the young men about my same age. I also have been able to do service for my elderly neighbor who lost her husband just over a year ago and love spending time with her.

What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ? Why was it necessary for Jesus Christ to sacrifice His life?

Justin Hunter
The Atonement of Jesus Christ is one of the most important things. Through it, we are able to repent and come closer to our father in Heaven. I know I have used it plenty of times in my life already and am sure I will continue to use it. We must just accept his sacrifice, repent, and than change our ways to fully use his Atonement. I know as others being to use it they can feel the same way. Show more Show less