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Hi I'm Noah Burt

I have been born and raised LDS in Southern California, from a small city called Brea. My home ward is the, now, Birch Hills Ward.

About Me

Having been raised LDS it was very rare to hear about a divorced family I had never considered how my life would change if that ever happened to me. At the age of 11 my parents got divorced, me and my two brothers were promised that we would not get involved in what was happening but no matter how many times we may have been made such promises it would be found to be an inevitability. I found it harder to hold onto my faith, I had lost the desire to serve a mission and found myself constantly angry whether I was expressing it or not. I wasn't angry at myself, my family, or our Heavenly Father, instead I found myself to be angry towards everyone else who kept trying to teach happiness and love to us in Sunday School lessons. It wasn't until I was 15 and able to attend the youth activities was I able to find comfort in other LDS kids. Through these activities and some very helpful youth leaders I was able to reaffirm my faith. My leaders constantly pushed me to share my testimony for they genuinely loved to hear about the trails i had to push through with my parents. At the age of 16 I had re-decided that I wanted to serve a mission, since then I have been called to serve in the Denver Colorado North Mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have been raised up in the church. With this I was able to have a clearer understanding between right and wrong than my classmates and friends. I knew that my faith was the reason why I looked at situations differently than my friends. Because of this I was able to grow stronger in my faith and keep out of trouble. Where I saw the kids I grew up with get in trouble for drugs, sex, and more I kept true to my faith and I owe it to the church for helping me keep on the straight and narrow path.

How I live my faith

I'm currently living my faith by being a full time missionary for the church. I have helped plan several youth activities and been apart of a few Eagle Scout projects to help the community.