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Hi I'm Grant

I enjoy activities together as a family and spending time in the mountains. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father, and a husband, and find enjoyment in the growth of our family. I have always enjoyed the mountains, both backpacking and skiing. Professionally I enjoy solving problems we face today using technology and have enjoyed working with many cultures around the world. I was raised in a family that moved around the US and enjoy meeting new people and seeing the good in people all over the world.

Why I am a Mormon

Having a personal relationship with God is one of the most important endeavors we can pursue. Having a relationship with God affects other relationships in my life, including my wife, my children, my work associates, and others. This is important because each of us is a child of God; and knowing this influences the way in which we treat each other. Through my life I have found that when we work to build upon the best aspects in each of us, we are walking the path of Jesus Christ. I am grateful for the teachings, life, ministry, and atonement of Jesus Christ - they serve as the foundation for peace in my life, and in the world.

How I live my faith

One way in which I strive to live my faith is through how I try to treat my family; and our daily efforts to pray together and to study the Lord's words. I have worked with the youth in our church and in our community and enjoy their vibrant energy. Although the mountains seem to be getting steeper each year, I find great reverence for the Lord in nature. Showing our faith through service has been a lesson taught to me by my mother many years ago. Her example still influences me today, to try to look beyond my own challenges and find ways to lift others. She showed by doing so, then my own challenges can be lightened. It was years later that I discovered that she was passing along what the Savior had taught her. Thanks mom!