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Hi I'm Andrew Hunt

I grew up in Centerville Utah. I swam on a swim team for nine years, and took state two years in a row. I'm also a Mormon.

About Me

I am an eighteen year old male. I was on the the swim team for nine years. Along with my High School Swim Team. I attended High School for three years and made so many wonderful friends. I have always had a love for Science even though it isn't my strongest subject. I was always pretty good at Math, Spanish, and of course PE. When I grow up I want to become a Veterinarian. I have always had a love for animals and being a Vet is something that I have always wanted to do, since I was little. There was always something about animals that was so interesting for me, and I will always love them.

Why I am a Mormon

Ever since I was little I was always given the choice to go to church or not. Almost all the time I would chose to go. When I wouldn't go I wouldn't feel as good that week. Not being able to renew my baptismal covenants was very hard. I learned the importance of why I was baptized and the importance of repentance. I am a mormon because I chose to be one. The things that we are promised are too amazing to not have in a persons life. Following gods plan (the plan of happiness) is so incredible. I can't express the importance and the love I have for this gospel. I know that Jesus (the son) died on the cross for every single one of us. I know that the Joseph Smith restored the gospel to the earth. I sustain and know that president Monson is the true, living profit today. I am so excited to serve my mission in Chile and I can't wait to share the gospel to the people who need it.

How I live my faith

Almost every time I have moved up from deacon to teacher, to priest. I have had a calling in the ward. I have been the President, First, and Second Councilor, and they were all incredible callings that helped me learn about service and learn about the people in my ward. I still remember fast offerings when I was a deacon and how I didn't typically like doing them. But I soon realized how important it really is. Then I realized the importance of the sacrament and how it is so important to renew our baptismal covenants every week. Being an usher as a teacher and preparing the sacrament was amazing when I was a teacher. Still doing my deacons duties, now I had responsibilities as a teacher and then as a priest. Being a priest has prepared me so much for a mission and I am so excited to serve mine.