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Hi I'm Eric

I work with children who have disabilities. I own a very small electrical business. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have a beautiful wife and six children. We love to ride motorcycles, go boating at the lake, and spend time together. I graduated from BYU with a Bachelors in History and from New Mexico Highlands University with a Masters in Education. I love to ride my Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle and spend time with the family.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I love how happy it makes us. My wife and I love that we have inspired guidance from living prophets on how to raise and teach our children in a sometimes troubled world. We love the peace and happiness we feel in our home as we try to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ as written in the Bible and the Book of Mormon. We know God loves us today, just like He loved the people in olden times. Just like anyone else, we had to pray about the Book of Mormon, about Joseph Smith and whether he was a fraud or a prophet. We have received a powerful witness that these things are both true and real. We are confident that anyone who wants to know about these things can have these same truths revealed to them.

How I live my faith

My wife is over the Young Women ages 12-18. They work on setting goals to help them prepare for their future role as a wife and mother. I work with boys ages 14-19 in the Venture Scouting program. We enjoy high adventure activities such as fishing, scuba diving, shooting and more! We go to the temple each month and feel a very special spirit there as we do sacred work for those who died without a knowledge of Jesus Christ. Each Monday night, we have Family Home Evening, when we spend time with just our family playing games, learning about God and enjoying a yummy treat! My wife and I are also given stewardship over a couple of other families to watch over them and make sure that they have food, shelter and are doing ok.