Hi I'm Jeremy Johnson
I have completed one semester at the University of Utah, moving towards graduating in the field of Computer Engineering. I love to play all kinds of sports, especially basketball, and haven't found one that I don't like yet. I also play violin, and have played piano for many years. I love to sing and have been involved in many choirs over the years. I can often be found, spending time with friends, or doing things outside. I am currently preparing to serve a mission, and know that this church contains the fulness of the everlasting gospel of Jesus Christ.
Why I am a Mormon
My parents are LDS, so I have grown up in this church my entire life. I went to church every week, read the scriptures, and learned the gospel. Don't get me wrong, I have had many trials in my life, some of them so hard that it seemed I might be overwhelmed, but my Father in Heaven has never given up on me. He has placed me, and others into situations where I have been able to feel the Holy Ghost, and be blessed by the examples of others. I have been blessed with a good family, great church leaders, and amazing friends, many of whom I look up to so much. I know that this church is true, there is no measure of doubt in my mind about it. Our Savior Jesus Christ, suffered and atoned for our sins. I have felt the resounding joy and love that comes from His atonement, and the wonderful blessings of this gospel. This gospel means everything to me. I will continue to serve, to believe and to live by its teachings because I know that they are true. Thomas S. Monson is the true prophet on the earth today. And if we every have questions, or need help, it comforts me to know that my Heavenly Father will always hear and answer my prayers when I pray in faith.
How I live my faith
I have had many opportunities to serve the people in and around my ward. Many of these opportunites have risen from service projects where I have been able to help clean up yards of the elderly within our ward bounaries, as well as shoveling snow for the widows and those that need help with it. Most recently, I have been given the opportunity to serve a mission for the Lord in California. I will be able to serve the people within my mission for two years, and am so grateful for this blessing.