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Hi I'm Adam

Born in Las Vegas, Nevada. Educated in Utah. Serving a mission in Portugal. And I guess I'm what they call a Mormon! #Yup

About Me

I grew up with a blended family. My paps lives in Vegas and my ma lives in Utah. I'll probs study at the U of U after my mission. Thinking about going into Investment Banking. Ive traveled the world quite a bit and I dont plan on stopping anytime soon. Its by far my favorite thing to do in this world. My favorite place so far has been the Philippines. Definitely the most beautiful place I have ever seen.

Why I am a Mormon

I started out being a mormon because I was just doing what my parents wanted me to do. But later on I wasn't really happy with just doing what my parents wanted me to do. So i took a couple steps back and evaluated my life. I asked myself where I wanted my life to be going. When I finally figured out the answer to my own question, I decided to shoot up a prayer to my father in heaven and ask him if I was doing the right thing by attending this church. I never got a big reply like Joe smith. But I did in fact get a response. God spoke to me in a way that I wasnt expecting at first. But then I metaphorically tuned in to the right A.M. radio station and I finally understood what He was telling me. And now Im serving a mission! So I guess things turned out alright.

How I live my faith

By doing the very best I can with what I'm given. That means following the commandments, going to church and praying to my Father in heaven.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Adam
Families are the most important thing to Mormons like me. I love my family so much that I am willing to be reunited with them in heaven and live forever with them (Assuming that we all obey the commandments of God while living on this earth)! Its really quite amazing when you put it in perspective! Show more Show less