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Hi I'm Trevor

I grew up in North Orange County. I really enjoy competing in most any sport. I'm a Christian. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I work for a CPA firm in Brea and will be married this summer. I enjoy being outdoors and playing all kinds of sports. I love to go to the beach. I graduated in Accounting, and then went to British Columbia, Canada for two years to serve as a missionary for the Church. I had a wonderful experience and have grown to love Canada and everyone there. I played golf in college and still love playing when I get a chance. I enjoy playing tennis, basketball, hiking, swimming, wakeboarding, boche ball, badminton, and ping pong. I love my fiance. I am one of four children in my family, and the only member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I learned about the Church while I was attending college. I've studied the teachings and doctrines of the Church and taught people who had difficult questions to answer. It has been confirmed to me many times by the power of the Holy Ghost that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is a true organization set up by Jesus Christ Himself. Being a member of the Church has brought me happiness and peace that I hadn't found elsewhere before I joined at age 21.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up a Christian and went to an Evangelical Church with my family. I loved hearing stories about Jesus Christ in Jerusalem and all the miracles he performed. I had faith in Christ and knew about his life. My parents were instrumental in teaching us about His life and assuring we knew about the Gospel. I was baptized when I was 14 into that Church, and still look back at those times with fond memories. Then I went to college and was living on or near campus. I didn't have my parents Church to go to anymore. I wondered which Christian Church to go to. In my small area alone there were 5 different Christian denominations. I asked my father which Church to go to and he said any would do. But I wanted to go to the same kind we had always gone to, so I decided to give up and just read on my own. Unfortunately I wasn't very diligent in reading the Bible and I didn't experience any growth. During the winter of 2006, two of my roommates moved out, and I had to move home with my parents, which would prove to be a great opportunity. I was introduced to members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Young Single Adult (YSA) ward (congregation). I was interested in the way they acted. They didn't drink, speak harshly, curse, and they all had fun. I had a Book of Mormon in my possession that had been given to me years earlier by a friend and decided to pick it up. I began reading both the New Testament, and the Book of Mormon at the same time and comparing the two. I was surprised that the teachings in the Book of Mormon were so similar to those of the Bible, and the teachings I had grown up learning about. I began to take the Bible and the Book of Mormon with me when I traveled for golf tournaments and continued to read and study the teachings. I would pray and ask my Heavenly Father if the Book of Mormon was true. In time I received an honest answer to my prayer, and it was confirmed that the Church of Jesus Christ was true.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by who I am and the decisions I make. I am not ashamed of the person I am, I am quite pleased with who I have become. And it is a tribute to Jesus Christ. I show my love and honor Him as I keep the commandments and become more Christ-like. I do sometimes get intimidated when people ask me about the Church at work, because I don't want to feel too pushy. But I love to talk about the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and welcome any questions about my decision to join the Church, or anything I have studied or taught. I know what I believe is true and that it can benefit anyone who allows it to.