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Hi I'm Darin Post

I am from Idaho. I love playing sports of all kinds, and I love being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

About Me

I was born and raised in Idaho. I played football, basketball, and baseball throughout my high school years and loved all three sports. I have had many leadership roles in these activities and the skills I have learned have translated over to everything I do. The gospel has also taught me how to be a leader. No matter what the circumstances are it is always important to stand tall, even if you are alone. I have had many experiences in my life where I am the only one that stands for something that I know is right -- and this has greatly strengthened my testimony.

Why I am a Mormon

My father was born into the church and my mother is a convert. I have seen the great blessings that the gospel brings to families. I want to continue this happiness and strength in my future family that I know this gospel can provide. We are taught to focus not on things of the world, but things that are of eternal importance. I have seen the true joy that comes from focus on building an eternal family. This is what I want in my life, and I want to teach it to others. The message of the restored gospel is for everyone, and I know that through prayer and faith we can receive answers and confirmation. If we build our foundations on Christ, we will be immovable and have everlasting joy.

How I live my faith

I have been able to help serve my peers in church, along with other people as well. This has been things such as cleaning up somebody's home, to helping them feel included. Serving others is a great blessing and it brings such great joy and happiness to those that can participate in such events. I have been called to serve a mission in Lima, Peru and I am very excited to experience a different culture and continue works of service in a different area of the world.