I’m a Mormon: Taking the average to the extraordinary.



Credit: Mormon.org

With such famous people as Steve Young, Lindsey Sterling, and David Archuleta, it is hard to think that creating an “I’m a Mormon” profile will actually bring attention.

These profiles are great because they let those not of our faith read about not just famous people, but ordinary people who are like them.

To see what people think of this take a look at this article and watch the video spoof.

The trick to helping out on this site is first of all to create a profile worth looking at. This entails a short process of filling out information about yourself. You want to include things that will help you relate to other people. Put things you like to do that others may also like to do, like hiking, or dancing.  People will look for you based on your interests.

At the end there is an option to answer questions and share testimony. This is the most important part. You can answer gospel questions that people frequently ask, and people may comment on them giving you more of an opportunity to share the gospel.

The best way to make sure that your profile actually helps is to personally invite people to check it out. You can do this through Facebook, blogs, or word of mouth. Let people know that you are there for them and to check your site out.

My page is being approved, I will post a link when it is.

I’m a Mormon, you’re a Mormon. Now sit down in that chair and start to share. I will post again soon. I am off now to build Zion one click at a time.