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Hi I'm Nicholas Trotter

I'm from Salem, Utah. I love Anatomy and Physiology. Can't stop listening to music. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've grown up a member of the church. I love to play tennis, golf, and music. My family is the greatest thing in the world and I love them more than anyone. I have my Eagle Scout award and hold that dear to my heart. I have an associates degree from a tiny school called Snow College. I love trying new things especially food, and experiencing different cultures. I have been called to the Nebraska Omaha Mission and I will be leaving on August 30th. I cannot wait to serve the Lord in his Gospel.

Why I am a Mormon

I have had many struggles and challenges in my life, but I have always found that I can come back to my testimony and faith in Jesus Christ to know that I can always be forgiven of my wrong doings and come back to live a righteous life. Through these trials I have come to know my Savior for myself and understand that He is ALWAYS standing with His arms outstretched to me saying, "Come on, Nick. You can do this." This gospel has truth, and that truth comes to me as I come to know my Heavenly Father, and His son Jesus Christ and what they want for me to become. I am a Mormon because Jesus Christ loves me.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being ready to serve others everyday. Service is my way of feeling connected to my Heavenly Father. And the best part about service means I get to work hard in however I am trying to help others. In church I am asked to share my talents in music often with singing and conducting music which I feel blesses both those in my church and myself. Serving a mission is another big way that I get to show how I live my faith by leaving my family and life for two years to help others know of the truth of this gospel, to teach them how to find happiness in their lives.