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Hi I'm Jason

I work at Boeing building Apache Helicopters. I speak Mandarin Chinese. I enjoy raising chickens. I’m a Mormon.

About Me

Having finished obtaining my MBA just over a year ago I have lots more time to spend with my wife and 3 daughters. I am youth leader in my church group ward, enjoy taking care of my 5 chickens, and as soon as I recover from my recent knee surgery will get back to lifting weights and running. Growing up I spent 3 years in Japan and later spent 2 years as a missionary in Taiwan. I enjoy music and at one point before my mission I was a piano performance major. 

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know the teachings of the Mormon church are true and have seen the blessings of living those teachings in my life. Whenever I have strayed from the counsel of the church I find my life more hectic, less peaceful, and less fulfilling. The more I live my life according to what is taught in the Book of Mormon and the counsel given by a living prophet I find greater peace and happiness. I have felt the love of Heavenly Father so many times throughout my life and know that everything I have been blessed with is because of that love. I know he sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to provide a way for me to return to live with my family forever in heaven after this life. Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ are real individuals that care about who you are and what you make of your life. I promise you if you take the time to learn more about the Mormon Church and take the opportunity to develop a relationship with God and Jesus Christ that you will find more joy and happiness than you could have imagined possible. In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen. 

How I live my faith

At church I am the work in the Young Men's organization. This includes helping coordinate Sunday school lessons and Scout activities for all young men 12-18. Working with the young men is such a great opportunity and it has been a blessing to see them learn who they are, the potential they have, and who they can become. Living the gospel of Jesus Christ encompasses every action you take, every thought you have, and every word you speak and is focused "making bad men good and good men better, to improve people, to give them an understanding of their godly inheritance and of what they may become." Gordon B. Hinkley