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Hi I'm Levi

I grew up in San Diego in an LDS household and now I have devoted my life to serving God and my fellow man.

About Me

Currently I am a missionary for the church, but outside the duty's and opportunities I enjoy in this aspect of my life, I also love soccer and a few video games. I am a future student of BYU, hoping to become an engineer. I enjoy rock climbing and sometimes rappelling. I play the piano, I have since I was 8, and I am an avid member and believer of Christ's church and Gospel.

Why I am a Mormon

It is hard to list all the reasons why I'm a Mormon but here are a few reasons. I have found my purpose through the church, the very reason for my birth and life here is shown by the things taught. The church and Gospel of Christ has made the hard parts of life easier to live through, but it also has made the best parts of my life even better. I once took the blessings present here for granted, but as times became hard for me I came to want to know more about Christ and his church so that I could partake in the blessings he has in store for each of us. Through constant effort and shortcomings I know know for myself that this church is true, and that Christ leads it. After this realization came, I knew my life would never be the same, that I must follow Christ's example to serve and work and follow Him. This faith that I have is the reason why I am a Mormon

How I live my faith

As a missionary, I volunteer 2 years of my life to teaching others about Jesus Christ in the hopes they will come to him and be baptized. I wake up every morning to pray and study the scriptures to prepare myself for the work of my day and bring my will closer to God's. Before my mission, I worked with the young men, 16-18 years old. I would help come up with weekly activities, find ways to serve my fellow youth, and sometimes teach them.