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Hi I'm Trenton Buckley

I like running, I ride a unicycle, and I'm a Mormon Missionary!

About Me

I consider myself to be good with anyone, kids and all. I take life seriously, but I am good at seeing the little things in life. I have seen the results of effort and the strength that it gives you. A motto I live by is to respect and love people for your own reasons, not the reasons they give you. I think this way because I believe there is good in everybody, no matter how hard it is to find, and we should always be striving to see the light of Christ in our brothers and sisters, because we are all sons and daughters of God.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church, being raised by goodly parents, and I am very greatful for that. I am not sure where I would be without the wonderful example my family has set for me. I have not always known that this church was true. I hadn´t even read the entire Book of Mormon until recently. I took Moroni´s challenge and received the answer, and that is why I served a mission. I love the work of the Lord, and I have realized how important it is in the grand scheme of things. I have felt the hand of God in my life through mighty miricles and I know that this is the true restored gospel. It just makes sense.

How I live my faith

Growing up in primary, sundayschool, seminary, and even scouting, we were taught the gospel and how to see Gods work in our life. As I have lived the Gospel of Jesus Christ, I have found that my life has been more in order, and I have been happy. I think one of the biggest reasons for that would be that whenever I have a choice between good and bad, I have had the Holy Ghost tell me what I should do and keep me in the right path. I am very grateful for this gospel and I believe I have showed it in my life by keeping the comandments and setting an example to those who don't have it.