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Hi I'm Vladimir

I'm from the state of Wyoming and a track athlete. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

When I was two years old my family moved to a rural community where nearly everyone was related or had known each other their entire lives. It as well seemed that the heart of this community derived from the single lds ward. My family was Mormon but we were not at all active. However through the love of the people here welcoming us all the time, we have really become apart of this tight nit group and feel like we belong. In years past my family has grow active again and we regularly now enjoy the blessings of the spirit and I am leaving on a mission soon.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have seen the blessings of this gospel so strongly in my life. There is nothing like the feeling of the spirit you feel when it testifies to you of an absolute truth. I think that's why we in this church always encourage people to ask in prayer if our doctrines and principals are true, because you cannot argue with the feeling you receive when you ask with true intent. We have such confidence and knowledge of the testifying power of the Holy Ghost that we encourage all to ask questions, there is nothing wrong with asking questions as long as you reverently listen and acknowledge the answer you receive. This is the only church on this earth that presents the whole truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I also love that this church makes sense, its doctrines just makes sense. Heavenly Father loves all of his children and so he has created a plan where we can be happy. I love this church because its where we all belong, no matter your transgressions. This is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

In my ward we have a very family like experience each week. We know that everyone there cares about each other and would do anything to help serve one another. We regularly on our Wednesday night activities for young mens so service projects for members of the community. When someone suffers from a lose or a medical illness our ward tries to organize people to be able to help in their times of need. And I have been to numerous amounts of peoples houses to collect firewood etc. when they were no longer able to themselves.