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Hi I'm Christian

I'm a missionary and have a wonderful family and amazing friends.

About Me

Leaving to Little Rock, Arkansas for my mission. I have an amazing mom and dad, 1 older brother, 1 younger brother and 2 younger sisters. I love reading, video games, sports, and just hanging out with friends and/or family. I plan on going to college after my mission to become a civil engineer.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into an LDS family and have been exposed to it my entire life. That hasn't stopped me from having questions and seeking answers. I have gone through a time in my life when it seemed as though the church was just another thing I had to take care of to make my parents happy and hold up to others expectations. I knew that they meant well and only wanted me to be happy so I just went along with it and jumped through the proverbial hoop. It wasn't until the start of my last year of high school that I finally decided to find out what I wanted from life. I couldn't find an answer. Nothing I tried felt right and I just knew that something was missing. Later I found that my faith was what was missing. I went through my own trial and thanks to my family and awesome friends.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by living my life, that sounds strange I know. What I mean by that is that I live my life the way I have been taught my whole life. Being born into an LDS family has allowed me to do this. I haven't always been faithful however, I have had questions and have looked for answers for myself. I learned these answers by going to the activities and events that have been put on by my ward. I look for things that help strengthen my faith. I have had a number of callings, like home teaching for example. Home teaching is a great way to get out and see people in their own homes and see how they live, it's something that you can't really learn in a "church" setting.