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Hi I'm Ethan Morse

I'm only 19 but my mind is older, and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I really enjoy being outdoors and doing activities such as boating, slothing, soccer, basketball, hunting, mountain biking, and photography. I am the oldest and have 4 siblings and 2 dogs! I also love spending time and going on adventures with my friends.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because everything I do and learn about in the gospel of Jesus Christ makes me a happier person and helps me lead a more fulfilling life. I also love being a Mormon because I want to be with my family forever, and I know that's possible through Christ. Ryan Durrant is also a Mormon, and he's pretty lit.

How I live my faith

I am living my faith by serving a full time mission to the people of Bentonville Arkansas. I also live my faith by trying to pray and read my scriptures daily, both the Bible and the Book of Mormon, and by living standards that will bring me closer to my Heavenly Father.

Who wrote the Book of Mormon?

Ethan Morse
To understand the Book of Mormon, we must understand the Bible. The Bible we have today is a collection of books, records and epistles, written by Prophets of God. they were written for the purpose of testifying to mankind of the reality of God and Jesus Christ. The Book of Mormon shares a similar purpose and origin; it is a record created by Prophets who had dealings with God and Jesus Christ. The records span hundreds of years and were eventually compiled by a Prophet named Mormon. These records were hidden away until the time that they would be brought forth to be translated by the power of God. One of the really sweet things about the Book of Mormon is that it has only been translated by the power of God. Unlike the Bible, it hasn't gone through hundreds of years of human translation. The Book of Mormon works with the Bible to testify of Jesus Christ and the fact that he lived, died for each one of us, and lives again, and that he guides us today! Show more Show less

Do Mormons practice polygamy?

Ethan Morse
Nope. The church used to, and it doesn't now days because God said so. Show more Show less