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Hi I'm Nathan Millington

I am a student at Brigham Young University, a future missionary in Aguascalientes Mexico, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have a CNA license and work in health care. I am also attending BYU studying food sciences with the intention of attending medical school post bachelors. I have been called to serve as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, in the Mexico, Aguascalientes mission. I will begin my mission on April 24th 2018. I love music! I have played the Guitar for 3 years, the piano for 8, and sang since I could breathe. I love the outdoors, any sort of activity that has to do with them I love! The only thing I love more than the outdoors is sports. I love sports! I've played soccer since I was 5 and racquetball since I was 12, but I also love playing any and all other sports with friends and family. I adore and love my family! I am the oldest of 8 kids, and have loved growing up in the large family that I have.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know its teachings, its doctrines, its prophets, and messages are true. There is no part of this religion that is made up or imagined. It was and is, taught and brought about by inspiration through the prophets and apostles. This religion provides a happy and everlasting ending with the eternal family in mind, for any and all who will turn to and accept Christ as our Savior. This religion makes me happy.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by constantly asking myself if I am being an example of Christ's church and His name. If at any time I feel as if I am doing something that is contrary to the standards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, or I am not doing enough to live the way Christ would if he were on the earth, I recognize the change that needs to be made and I take steps to achieve that change. I also have the opportunity to teach the youth during their Sunday meeting classes, as well as serve in the Payson Utah Temple as an ordinance worker.