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Hi I'm LoganDaniels

I'm a producer and reporter for a radio station. I'm a law student. Soon I'll be a dad. I love the outdoors, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My wife and I are at an exciting time in our lives. We are expecting our first baby (a boy) later this summer. We are expecting a lot of excitement and challenges. I am working, studying and interning all while trying to stay balanced. I work as a reporter and producer for a radio station. Everyday there's something new and exciting to get involved in. I graduated with a communications degree in broadcast journalism and m now working towards a J.D. As part of my law school experience I am interning with a government office that looks out for the interests of children caught up in legal problems. When I'm not involved in school or work, it's time to get outside and have fun. I like to mountain bike, canyoneer, rock climb, and play volleyball.

Why I am a Mormon

The restored gospel of Jesus Christ gives me perspective. I have a lot of decisions to make, have a lot of questions. Prayer, scripture study, and living prophets give me the guidance I need to find peace and answers. I'm happy to know that my family will be together forever. We are all so different but we love each other and want to have that same relationship after this life. I know that because God has resotred his gospel through living prophets, we can be together. It is a blessing to know that God speaks to our problems through men that live in our time, just as he has done since the days of Adam. Knowing He is the same as He was then gives me confidence I can receive the same help my heroes in scriptures recieved.

How I live my faith

The church has given me a lot of opportunities to get involved in great organizations and meet wonderful people. I have been a sunday school teacher, cub scout leader, and now work with the ward's missionary efforts. The church is full of people with great backgrounds that help me learn about the gospel and life. Living the gospel of Jesus Christ is not easy, but more than worth it. I would not be able to do it without the love and support of my family, church members, and my leaders.