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Hi I'm Andrew

I am from Utah and love to play sports specifically tennis, golf, and baseball.

About Me

I am an avid sports player I play tennis, golf, baseball, basketball (ping pong, spikeball, and ultimate frisbee, if those count as sports?). Anything that requires physical activity and skill I enjoy participating in. My interests are mainly centered around the healthcare field I would love to become an orthodontist some day. However, I also love science specifically chemistry (which is kinda weird, but I enjoy it). I love superhero movies such as the Avengers and Captain America; specifically Captain America though because he doesn't like to swear. Something interesting about me is that I have participated in a Humanitarian trip to Guatemala. This was my first time out of the country and I loved it, I was so humbled by everything I saw and it really changed who I was.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I know with all the certainty of my heart that this gospel is true. I have come to this knowledge by consistent study and prayer. I know because without this gospel I would be lost today and would not know were I could turn to be forgiven of my sins. I wouldn't know whether or not I would see loved ones that have passed away. All of this is confirmed to me through this gospel. I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior and our Redeemer, I know that the Book of Mormon is true and that Joseph Smith restored the true church back on the earth today through revelation and prayer. I would invite you no matter who you are to read the Book of Mormon. Our Father in Heaven loves you and wants you to be happy.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving others around me. Really this gospel is not about yourself but about others, its about helping those around you and trying to be like Jesus Christ. One experience I have had is with hometeaching. One of the families that I hometeach does not let us teach them so what me and my companion started to do was to serve them the best that we could. We told her that if she ever needed anything that we would be there to help and to care for her and her family. I also try to live my faith by being a good example continually to everyone. One piece of advice I can give is "Be the same person you are in the light as you are in the dark." To me this means that no matter what situation you may find yourself in never change your faith, beliefs, or morals for something that opposes them. This could have multiple meanings but whatever it may mean to you I invite you to try and implement this in your life.