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Hi I'm Trevor

I am from Spanish Fork, Utah and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently preparing to serve a full time mission in Louisville, Kentucky. I love being outside around friends and family hiking, playing games, swimming and rock climbing.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that through the Atonement I can repent and become clean and live with my family in heaven forever. This life is meant to be hard and to test us, to see if we will endure to the end. We are going to make mistakes and fall short, but because of Christ and his ever lasting Atonement, we can become perfect through him. No other religion can promise that. This is the only true church that offers love, safety and an eternal plan to true happiness. I am Mormon because of the blessings Jesus Christ offers for simply having faith in him and his atonement, repenting, being baptized, receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost, and enduring to the end.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through service to God and my peers. Through service I can be an example to the people around me and bring them unto Christ. When we are providing service to others, we are really providing service to Heavenly Father (Mosiah 2:6-7).

Mormons believe Jesus Christ is their Savior. Why do we need a Savior?

We all need a savior because man and woman are imperfect beings. In order to return to live with our Heavenly Father we must be clean from sins, or mistakes we have made from bad choices, because no unclean thing can live with God. Jesus Christ, another one of Gods children, offers us a way to be forgiven of our sins (John 3:16). He is our Savior because he suffered for every single one of our sins, past, present and even future, so that we may now sincerely repent and be forgiven for our sins. Through our Savior, Jesus Christ, we ALL have the opportunity to accept his gospel and be forgiven for our sins. Show more Show less