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Hi I'm Jonathan

I grew up in a smaller city in Ohio. I love the outdoors, physics, weightlifting, and the piano. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in Ohio. I played football for three years and ran in track for two years. Some of my favorite hobbies are: playing the piano, which I've done for about seven years; weightlifting; hiking and camping; and I love cars.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents and a few generations back are all LDS, and I was raised in a strong household full of faith. I have five siblings and each have taught me the Gospel of Jesus Christ by how they have lived. I've had so many great examples in my life, but that never stop me from experiencing my own struggles. It wasn't until I was about 15 where I started to gain my own testimony of this Gospel. And the thing that has kept me converted is the Love of God. When I truly humbled myself and allowed myself to see his hand in my life: everything changed. I now am starting to see the true beauty of the world, of my life, and of the people around me! We are meant to experience joy and seeing the love of God allows us to do just that!

How I live my faith

I live my faith because I love my faith! I often play the piano for church, taught the youth, and kids. I've have been taught by so many people, especially this kids. Their faith is so strong! I've have visited many people who have so many trails and hardships in their life, yet they keep walking in their faith. I have been molded by my environment to be strong and love the Lord. The best example of how I live my faith is by the way I live it. I have devoted a lot of my life to the Gospel of Jesus Christ because I love him. He is a true friend who will never leave me even when I mess up. I have been taught from my childhood to love the Lord, and I can honestly say: I love the Lord with all my heart.

What is being a Mormon like?

Being a member is very hopeful! We have been given so many great opportunities in our life that can bring us joy. Some being: Repentance, prayer, baptism, and the Holy Ghost. Show more Show less