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Hi I'm Logan Reid

I grew up in Texas. I sing pretty well. I'm a Mormon."

About Me

I like sports, except for Football (American). I am a singer and a musician. I will be attending a university after i serve my mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, yes, but I am much more than that; I am a disciple of Christ. I profess His word with those that are around me. I pray to Him and have my very own, individual, and personal relationship with my Lord and savior of ALL mankind. I know that it is through His sacrifice in the Garden of Gethsemane and the crucifixion on the cross that all our infirmities and sins have been taken upon The Lord's back, and I love Him for that, because He is my eternal brother. I know that one day, we will live with our Father in Heaven and His son Jesus Christ in eternal glory, when He says unto us, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant."

How I live my faith

I go hometeaching every month with my father, to all of our families that we are supposed to hometeach.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Logan Reid
Families are made of God. And it is part of His purpose to have all of His children return home to live with their families for eternity. Families are also part of our test of learning on this mortal life. We fight, and love each other so that we may learn as to how our Father in Heaven wants us to become. Show more Show less

Do Mormons worship Joseph Smith?

Logan Reid
No! Despite what many may think, that we have shrines in our houses with head busts and pictures of Joseph Smith hanging on the walls with many strange rituals and incense...no. We worship God the Eternal Father and his "only begotten son" Jesus Christ. Yet, the prophets have our utmost respect, especially Joseph Smith, because he was the chosen one by God to restore His church to the Earth along with the priesthood. Show more Show less