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Hi I'm Jeremy.

I live in Utah. I am married with 3 children. I love technology, composing music, networking and speaking Spanish.

About Me

I am full time dad, husband and church leader. I sometimes take time out for my full time job doing tech support for FamilySearch.org and a little time as a Network Marketing Professional. I have a passion for growing myself as a leader, consulting and coaching people on how to get back their time and freedom. I am the founder of the Kaizen Energy group which is based on the Japanese philosophy of continuous improvement in all aspects of life. I have achieved great success as a certified Microsoft Systems Engineer and as a leader in various online network marketing endeavors and I love to share all I have learned in both English and Spanish with anyone willing to be taught.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I truly believe the Mormon Church (not the sects or break off groups, but the original) is the true Church of Jesus Christ on the earth today that has a fullness of the gospel. I believe that all other churches and religions have a purpose and are pleasing to God, however in the Mormon church we can find the complete truth of why we are here, where we came from and where we are going after this life. Knowing the truth about my purpose, about what I should be doing and what I can expect brings great comfort and peace and helps me to overcome the trials and troubles of life when they show themselves.

How I live my faith

I serve in our local Spanish unit as an administrative leader of the congregation. I am also involved in proselyting and ministering to the hispanic community in my area. We offer English classes for free to anyone (hispanic or otherwise) who are interested in integrating better into the community. On a personal note, I find that the Mormon teachings of self control, avoiding vices and being kind to everyone are an ideal way to live life and raise a family. Also, it is very comforting to us as a family to know, as Mormonism teaches, that our family can continue into the next life intact and that the relationships we create here will exist there but that they will be coupled with a glory and peace that we don't enjoy now.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

The family unit is ordained of God. We believe that each of us are sons and daughters of Heavenly Parents. So just as our Heavenly Parents created us and we are all brothers and sisters, in the eternities we may follow their example and be parents of our children forever and ever. Show more Show less