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Hi I'm Noah Fitch

I grew up in the pacific Northwest, I'm a lover of the outdoors, I'm an athlete, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am hard of hearing so I use hearing aids. I am a long distance runner who hates running believe it or not. I love to be outdoors and see the beauties that Heavenly Father has given the opportunity for us to explore. I will be attending college after my mission and will be studying computer science. I also can't wait to become a father and husband!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up living this gospel and many people say that being able to live by all of the rules given to us can be hard which is true, but the reward that we receive if we do follow all those "rules", or as we call them commandments, is so great that we won't have room enough to receive it all because our Heavenly Father loves us all. A key part to myself staying in this gospel is the plan of salvation. It was the great and everlasting plan given by Jesus to our Heavenly Father. It gives all the opportunity to listen to the word of the Lord and be able to be saved whether on the Earth or in the spirit world after we die. It is especially cool that we can all one day be just like our Heavenly Father and become like Gods and live eternally with our families.

How I live my faith

I have always been called to serve in my quorum somehow. Often I find myself in leadership roles. I have been called to serve as a missionary for two years. I love being with others and growing with others. I would always go on our youth trips to the beach, temple, or anywhere. I love the ward activities put on as well and I especially love it when I am able to be a contributor to the planning of youth activities in our planning meetings with our bishop, or just within our young men's program. I make sure to be a good home teacher and more than half the time I am the one that is teaching as a preparation to being a missionary.