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Hi I'm Scott

I lived in the desert. I'm a fry cooker. Sports rock! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am from a family of 3 kids and my parents. I love sports and anything about them! I love basketball especially the NBA. I love Rock music, that stuff is what guitar shredding is all about. My family is very important to me and I cherish the great times we have together. I am also serving a full-time mission for the Church!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the faith. It was my grandparents on both sides of the family who joined the Chruch. I have been blessed with great parents who treasure our beliefs in our Heavenly Father and our Lord, Jesus Christ. The Gospel has lifted me to become a better person. Constant experiences with the Spirit, or the Holy Ghost, build my testimony of the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Spirit is real!

How I live my faith

Before I came out on my mission, I taught 10 year old kids in Sunday School. They were such a great class, and the coolest! Now I am serving a mission in the good ole' USA! It has been the best experience in my life! Everyday I have the great oppurtunity of inviting others to come unto Jesus Christ through faith, repentance, baptism, and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost. We teach people, we serve many, friendships are created, and the pure of love of Jesus Christ creates a wonderful passion for the people I meet.

How can we increase our faith in Jesus Christ?

The word of God tells us many things that we should do to increase our faith. I have been able to see the fruit of it when I act. I have heard many words from the Apostles and Prophets, both modern and ancient. I also try to hear the words Father in Heaven communicates to me through His Spirit. The most treasured times in my life have been when I acted according to God's word. Then I remember how God blessed me when I obeyed. It makes all the difference. Show more Show less