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Hi I'm Nate

I'm from Boston and want to dedicate my life to helping people in danger of geologic hazards. I'm also a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Boston with my 7 brothers, 1 sister, and my mom and dad. My mother passed away from cancer when I was still in high school. I played sports all through high school and am now at college studying geology. I am involved with a small non-profit organization named In Harm's Way that is focused on helping people in direct danger from geologic hazards. We do work both here in the United States of America and also in other countries such as Indonesia. After I graduate with my bachelors in Geology I plan on getting my masters degree in geologic hazard and disaster management and hope to make a career with either In Harms Way or another NPO doing the same type of work. My wife and I married in 2008.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because it has given me direction and clarity in my life that I can't find anywhere else. My knowledge of and faith in Christ's gospel has helped me through the difficult times in my life and given me much hope for the future. The church helps me be a better person and answers some of life's largest questions for me.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith simply by how I live my life every day. I also give service in my congregation. I am the secretary for the bishop which means that I set up any appointments he needs or people need with him. I also serve as a home teacher, which means that I and another man have two families in the congregation that we visit together once a month to share a message with and make sure that they are doing okay.

Do you really believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today?

Nate
Yes, Scriptures show us that God has always talked to His children through prophets and He continues to do so now. Show more Show less