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Hi I'm Noble Coleman

I grew up in Washington State and have been an avid musician for all of my life. I am proud to be a LDS Convert.

About Me

Since I can remember I have been singing and playing music at every opportunity. I love playing guitar and piano (though i am not very good at either) and I enjoy playing tennis and other non contact sports such as ultimate Frisbee and ping pong. I plan on going to a trade school when I return from my mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized in February of 2015 and since then have dramatically improved my life. The gospel has changed me and my view of the world and I am so thankful for it. Both of my parents were inactive for all of my life, but told me as I was growing up that I was allowed to believe whatever I chose to. Until I was 18 I didn't see the importance of having faith, but I gradually started to feel like I was missing an important piece of myself. I began reading every book of scripture I could find and read a great deal from each one. The Book of Mormon was the last scripture I read, and I felt a profound sense of peace while reading it unlike any other scripture I read. I knew at that point that I needed to learn more about the Book of Mormon. At the same time my dad was working towards becoming an active member again and he attended all of the missionary lessons with me. Shortly after I was baptized and my life has improved in leaps and bounds and I feel an overwhelming peace and happiness.

How I live my faith

For 8 months I taught the youth in my ward and I learned just as much as they did. I not only taught them core gospel principles, but they showed me the true importance of them. It is important that we don't lose track of the purpose of the gospel while analyzing how essential it is for our life on this earth. I do everything I can to be a worthy priesthood holder so that I can assist my future family and I love going to the Temple and providing service there as well.