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Hi I'm Connor Johnson

I am currently serving in the Canada Toronto Mission. I was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta Canada. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I'm the 6th of 7 kids, I love my family! I love to sing and make music. I love to play sports and do other recreational activities like skiing. I enjoy serving a mission because I get to share something I love full-time, the gospel of Jesus Christ!

Why I am a Mormon

I was blessed to be born and raised in an LDS family. From a young age, I have many times received a witness that this church is true. I know God is my Father in Heaven, and He has an eternal Plan of Happiness for His children. I know I am a member of Christ's church; it contains the fullness of knowledge and divine power necessary to follow God's eternal plan. The fullness of knowledge and power was lost shortly after Christ's ministry, but I know God restored it through Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon. I am so grateful that I am a Mormon. I can honestly say that the times in my life that I have been most happy are the times that I was truly living the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This is all possible through Jesus Christ's atoning sacrifice, His grace and mercy can enable me to surmount all of life's challenges. I am a missionary because I want to help others understand these things and enjoy lasting happiness!

How I live my faith

I trust in God and the leaders God calls. From personal experience, I've seen how keeping God's commandments helps me live a better life. I strive to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ and serve others every day. Living my faith helps me choose to be happy; not necessarily because my circumstances change, but because I change. God has given me so much, I would feel selfish and ungrateful if I did not give back. One way I am giving back is by serving a full-time mission.