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Hi I'm Adam

I know Jesus is my Savior. I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but you might call me a "Mormon."

About Me

I am married to a wonderful woman and together we have five beautiful children. I have lived in and traveled to a variety of places throughout Oceania, the Pacific Islands, Asia, and the Americas. I enjoy outdoor activities like rock climbing, hiking, and camping as well as racquetball and other sports. Professionally I have enjoyed careers in law enforcement (patrol officer and detective), law (civil, criminal, and military attorney), and international diplomacy and negotiation.

Why I am a Mormon

As I have traveled throughout the world, I have become familiar with a variety of religions and belief systems. Although each of them may have portions of truth, I felt God's witness that the atonement of Jesus Christ and His restored gospel and ordinances are only available through the priesthood authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which allows individuals to reach their full potential to become like Jesus and allows families to be together forever throughout eternity. I want those blessings. So I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I know that it is God's true church.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to be a good husband and father. I live my faith by playing with my children and helping my wife. I live my faith by working hard in my chosen professions and being an example to my co-workers. I live my faith by looking for opportunities to assist and serve others in my community. I live my faith by serving in whatever church assignments I am asked to fulfill (currently I work with the 12-18 year old young men teaching gospel lessons on Sunday, planning and executing weekly activities, and helping the young men to achieve their Boy Scout goals).