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Hi I'm Anthony

I'm a caver, a climber, a hiker, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I recently returned from an LDS mission in West Texas, and I totally loved it. I'm currently a college student, getting ready to learn Arabic. I love exploring tunnels and caves. Lots of time in the mountains is a good thing

Why I am a Mormon

As I have studied the Book of Mormon and lived the teachings of this church, my life has been blessed. I've gained my testimony through the peace and comfort I feel when I live the teachings. I love so much that I can find answers to all the big questions. I love so much that I am encouraged to ask questions and seek to know the truth of ALL things.

How I live my faith

 By actually living it. The Gospel teaches me to become like Christ. I do my best to serve everyone and I try to be a light through my example.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

If you will read the Book of Mormon and make the effort to live what it teaches, your life will begin to change, your attitude will become more positive, and your relationship with Jesus Christ will grow stronger. The changes you feel are God's answer that Mormonism is true. In John 717 Christ tells the people to live his doctrine if they want to know if its true or not. The same goes for Mormonism Show more Show less

Why do Mormons perform proxy baptisms in their temples?

 For the Millions of souls who have lived and died, never having the chance to accept Jesus Christ. In the spirit world, they are taught the gospel and given the opportunity to accept or reject it. In the Temple, we are baptized in their place so that if they accept it, they can enjoy eternal life in Heaven. Jesus Christ is the Savior of all men who have ever lived. Show more Show less

How does the Church finance its operations?

The church is financed by the members. By choice, the members give ten percent of their income to the church. Then the leaders of the church prayerfully decide where the money goes. Show more Show less