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Hi I'm Levi

I'm preparing to serve a full-time mission in the Utah Orem Spanish-speaking mission, I play rugby, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to play sports, and rugby is my favorite sport. I also love to do just about anything outdoors. I enjoy camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, backpacking, and snowboarding. My favorite place to be is in the mountains. I love to learn about my ancestry, especially about my Viking ancestors from Scandinavia. I also like learning new things about history and science.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a Mormon my whole life, but I am still a Mormon because I have found out for myself that this is truly Christ's church. I know that the Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ. I know that Joseph Smith restored Christ's church on the earth and that he was a prophet. I know that Jesus Christ lives, and that He suffered and died for each of us so that we can be forgiven for our sins and live with Him and our Heavenly Father again. I know that Thomas S. Monson is the prophet on the earth today and that he was called by Heavenly Father. I know that he reveals Heavenly Father's will and guidance to us. I know that all the general authorities have also been called by God. I know that by reading the scriptures, consistently praying to our Heavenly Father, keeping His commandments, and repenting when we make a mistake, we will draw closer to Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, and if we continue to do this throughout our lives, we will be able to live with Them again.

How I live my faith

My current calling in my ward is the Temple and Family History Consultant. I teach a class on Sundays where I help people learn how to transfer information from records, such as census records, marriage certificates, draft cards, etc., to Family Search in order for people to be able to find out more about their ancestors from these records.