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Hi I'm Isaac

I live in Idaho. I'm an aspiring fiction writer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've spent much of my life watching and reviewing movies for my own pleasure and experience. I've seen more than I could ever name. I've directed four of my own student films in recent years. I am very interested in video game design, and have done my fair share of research in that medium. I enjoy writing stories, and have written two short novels and countless short stories. I love music of all kinds, and I have listened to many different artists and genres. I've studied Mechanical Engineering at university for three semesters.

Why I am a Mormon

As a boy, I often wondered about the nature and existence of God. I spent much of my youth lost in doubt and stagnation. I one day discovered for myself that Jesus Christ lives, and that He is my savior. From this knowledge, all other truth began to grow. If Christ lives, then must there not be a God? If there is a God, then does He not love His children? If God loves His children, does He not desire to speak to us? If He desires to speak to us, then should there not be a prophet in our time to allow God's word to reach us? Finally, if a prophet is needed to receive the word of God, then must there not be one church for the truth to be taught? These many questions were quickly pondered and answered, and from these answers I found, I came to the only conclusion that I could: the receptacle of the word of God is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Our Father in Heaven has not forgotten us, and He speaks with us today through His appointed prophet, who preaches of the straight and narrow way by which we can become our best selves and, once again, live in the presence of our God and Father.

How I live my faith

As a part of my church community, I've served in leadership positions a few times before. Both when I was twelve and fourteen, I led my peers in our youth group in the planning of group activities, charitable service, and gospel teaching. I've always done what I could to answer people's questions and bring others to a knowledge of Christ and His Father's plan. I enjoy teaching others very much, as I know that the message of this gospel is the most consequential for all of God's children.