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Hi I'm Stephen Robbins

I am a CMA. I grew up in Florida. I run a lot. I will be a missionary serving in the Latter-Day Saint Logan, Utah mission.

About Me

I go to a university. I play the guitar, ukulele, and piano (in that order). I can solve a 5X5 Rubik's cube. I work in the Medical Field, and can perform minor procedures under a doctor's supervision.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because the gospel doctrine taught in Latter-Day Saint churches is correct. There is a God, and he is a loving God. He has a Son, and his Son is Jesus Christ, the Savior and Redeemer of our souls. We may come to know more of Christ and his teachings by fulfilling these three very important commandments: reading the scriptures, attending a church, and listening to the Holy Spirit. Amen.

How I live my faith

I teach the teachers in our church. I make sure they are prepared for their lessons, and are excited to teach the youth and adult members of our church. I have a lesson every month, and am flattered that they have called me to fill this position. I am not paid for my services, and attend a Latter-Day Saint church every Sunday. I, also, prepare the sacrament for the members of our church that are unable to attend because of physical ailments.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Stephen Robbins
The family is the most important unit of society. Without the family, daily life would be far more difficult. I have a loving family, here on earth, and they are, definitely, one of my greatest sources of comfort and peace. I feel secure when I am with my family, and I enjoy their company. Those without a family, or without family members need to find someone that can help them feel accepted and cherished. God's 'Plan of Salvation' speaks about the importance of a family in great detail. God is a family man, and, as such, watches over us as a Father. He has a Son, and that is Jesus Christ, whom he watched go through the Atonement. God, the Father, has given us the Holy Spirit to lead and guide us in our everyday lives. Through the scriptures, we may come to know more about the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, and God, the Father. The Old Testament details Christ's interactions with the Israelites. The New Testament details Christ's ministry among the Jews and Romans. The Book of Mormon details Christ's visit to the American continent and God, the Father's approval of Christ as his Son. Joseph Smith saw God the Father, and his Son, Jesus Christ. This is the most recent and, arguably, most important Prophetic meeting that has ever taken place on earth. Many Latter-Day Saints refer to it as the 'First Vision' because Joseph Smith saw God, the Father, and his Son, Jesus Christ in their full Glory. Afterwards, he stated that, "he could not deny it". This was real. Show more Show less