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Hi I'm Jadon

I grew up in Utah. I love to be with my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to use computers. My favorite thing to do on the computer is programming, or making apps, games, websites, and anything else that runs on a computer. My favorite sport is Ultimate Frisbee. I also enjoy making and eating food. I have seven siblings, five of which are girls. I love to watch movies, play games, and run around with them.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because of the joy the gospel brings to my life. Every time I read the scriptures, serve others, attend church, go to the temple, watch General Conference, etc. I feel the spirit, and it improves my attitude and my life. I know that the gospel was restored through a 14 year old farm boy named Joseph Smith, which gives me a lot of inspiration and courage in my own life. I know that Jesus Christ is our savior and redeemer, and that through His atonement, we can all be saved. I know that the Church is true, and that every blessing promised to us will be given to us, as long as we keep our covenants. I know that the Prophet will always give us guidance in our lives, as will the Holy Ghost. I love my family, and I know we can be together forever if we keep to the straight and narrow path, and follow in the footsteps of Christ.

How I live my faith

One of my favorite callings as a young adult was being a ward missionary. We would go around the ward every week, and try and visit every new member, and those who we felt could use a visit. A lot of the time people wouldn't be home, but when they were there, we usually had a great talk, and invited them to more activities. I also love to go home teaching. The first few times may be awkward, but the more you visit your families, the more you come to love them. They'll share interesting stories, funny memories, and inspirational thoughts, and it's a great way to learn more about the gospel while helping and serving others.