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Hi I'm Craig

I am tons of wonderful things. Like a student or brother. I am a husband. I am Jesus' brother. God is my Father. I am a Mormon.

About Me

Well I was not born in Arizona. I came here after living in California, before that Ohio and many other different places. My dad has worked many jobs and I've been in many of them with him. Mom and dad taught me to work. It is one of those traits I hope to pass on to my kids when they come. I not just looking to work life away though- I have a wonderful wife and I am a university student. Between the two I think my greater joy is my wife though :) More than anything I feel a deep love for the Savior. I can't help hearing about what Jesus did and not want to hop up and get to work. Whether you want to call it faith, or duty or something else I want to make my Heavenly Father proud. Nothing means more than that to me.

Why I am a Mormon

In a sentence because I have prayed and asked Him if it was true and God has told me, through His Holy Spirit, that it is. We are so fortunate that we can pray and God will hear us. Jesus said it himself when he kept repeating the point "Ask and ye shall receive." I hold to that dear promise and He has never left me wanting. Sometimes it isn't easy and sometimes I am the one to blame but He always draws me back and sets me on my feet once more. I love my Dad.

How I live my faith

Well, I subscribe to the law of obedience. My parents always taught me that to accomplish something you have to set your feet on the road to it. I say that following Jesus is a pleasent duty. A duty because I feel that there would be nothing more of worth to Him than my choices to become just like him. It is like that little boy that comes up to his dad and says 'Daddy, I want to be just like you!' I say pleasent because as much as it makes Him happy to see me live my faith loyally it makes me happy. I live my faith by asking myself what it is a child can do that pleases a father. I think that is a good stick to measure what I do with.