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Hi I'm Matt

I am a husband, a father of 4. I am a Product Manager. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I am a husband of a wonderful wife who stays at home while I work as a Product Manager for an online financial company. I love to play with my four kids, from playing on the WII to playing games out side. I may be 35 but I am a kid at heart.I graduated with a Masters of Business Administration while working full time to support my family from the University of Phoenix.

Why I am a Mormon

 I grew up a Mormon in Utah and recently moved to Georgia for work. I enjoy being a Mormon because of the peace I feel each day by living the principals that are taught. I love to read the Book of Mormon as I can relate to the many stories that are in this book. The stories teach me of how I can be the best husband and father for my family. My family are the most important to me and they are my true best friends. Being a Mormon teaches me how to live me life so Jesus Christ can be apart of it. I want my family to have the best relationship with Jesus Christ and to know who he is so they to can have peaceful life. That doesn't mean we won't have struggles but it does mean that we will have his guiding light in our lives.

How I live my faith

 I believe in the power of prayer. It starts with having faith in Jesus Christ and knowing that he lives. Jesus Christ is our mediator and to our Heavenly Father. It is through him that everything is possible for us. My favorite hymnsong of him is I know that my Redeemer lives. It truly says how I feel about Him. I believe in keeping a prayer in my hear everyday for guidance that I need to take care of myself and my family. Prayer is not the only thing that helps me in my life reading about Prophets from the Americas is very intriguing to me. Going to church on Sunday helps me be ready for the week. I have the great opportunity to teach 11 years how to be a Mormon.