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Hi I'm Chris

I grew up in Colorado, I am curently a student at Brigham Young University, I love Videogames, Anime, and Art, and I am a Mormon!

About Me

Hobbies: Videogames Boardgames Anime Computer Animation Reading I am Currently attending Brigham Young University, and work as a Student Programmer. My career goal is to someday own a successful Videogame company with my younger brother and best friend!

Why I am a Mormon

This question is hard for me, there are a lot of personal experiences rolled together into the reasons I feel the way I do. I have spent a lot of time praying and reading the scriptures, and I know that the Book of Mormon is the word of God, just as the Bible, I love reading from both and often find answers to my personal questions during my study of the scriptures. Both the good and hard times of my life have led me closer to God by searching for answers in the words of Modern and Ancient Prophets and I feel that as we seek instruction from all of God's revealed word it leads us to bettering ourselves and trying to live like Christ did. This church has done more for me drawing closer to Christ than any of my searching elsewhere. The peace I receive from this path is incomparable to anything else.

How I live my faith

As I was younger I gained a conviction that I was in the church that God has established, this lead to me having a great desire to serve others and help them come to a knowledge of the gospel. I served a 2 year mission in Carlsbad California where I met people who changed my life and help change the lives of others. I currently serve in the church by making sure that the Ordinance (sacred symbolic rite Christ instituted) of the sacrament (or communion, partaking in remembrance of Christ's Blood and Body) goes smoothly, I am in charge of assigning people to help prepare and administer it to the congregation.