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Hi I'm Nate

I am from Utah. I love spending time with my family, music, and the watching the Utah Jazz and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hello, my wife and I live in Utah in a suburb of Salt Lake City. I work in computers and databases and also run a mobile DJ business. I enjoy going to the movies and have a passion for music. I play the drums and the guitar and have played is some local bands.

Why I am a Mormon

I have experienced and felt the love, compassion, forgiveness, and peace that only my Savior can provide. Through study of the Bible, The Book of Mormon, and other scriptures, I have learned and developed what I feel is a very personal relationship with my Savior. I know that he lives; I know that he loves me and is there for me. As I have gone through difficult times, I have learned to turn to him and found that he carries me through. By trying to live His gospel I and my family have found true happiness.

How I live my faith

I am very active in my local ward and community. I have had several opportunities to serve within the church. I currently have the great blessing to serve as a member of the Bells on Temple Square handbell choir to share my faith and testimony though music. I also had the opportunity to serve the people of Paraguay and Virginia as a missionary.

How can we come to know our Father in Heaven?

Like any father child relationship, it is based on communication, obedience, and recognizing His influence in our lives. Through prayer, we have an open line of communication with our Father in Heaven, he is always there and always hears our prayers. Through scripture study and the teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we can learn His will and be obedient to His commandments. As we are obedient, he will bless us. We can also give Him thanks for these blessings and recognize His hand in our lives. When we do these things, we can build a personal relationship and learn that He does know us and loves us. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about family?

The family is central to our Heavenly Father’s plan. Because of Jesus Christ and His sacrifice for each and every one of us, the family does not need to be parted at the end of this life, but can remain together forever. Show more Show less