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Hi I'm Steven

I grew up in Lilburn GA. I am a husband and father. I love music and being outdoors. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Georgia, mostly in the outdoors. I spent my time rock climbing, caving, and camping. I love music and enjoy almost all types of music. I went to college as a percussion performance major but my kids play on my drums more than I do now. I have a wonderful wife and three amazing kids. I work in the computer industry in predictive analytics and enjoy sorting out myth from fact in corporate data.

Why I am a Mormon

I am come from what they call "pioneer stock". My family goes way back in the church, but we all have to decide for ourselves why we believe in this church and why we would live our lives in accordance with its teachings. I have read the Bible and the Book of Mormon many times I have prayed to our Heavenly Father and have received an answer that this church is true and that Jesus Christ is my savior. From a more social side, I am amazed at the devotion of the members of the church. There is no room for Sunday only Christians in this church. The gospel as we understand, and live it permeates our entire being and shows in all areas of our lives.

How I live my faith

I have always been interested in emergency preparedness. When I was younger I worked on a cave/cliff rescue team and now serve in the community as a member of the community emergency response team (CERT) Helping others has and always will be a big part of who I am. I have helped serve in the church in many ways, I think my favorite was a technology specialist and my responsibility was to wire internet into building and broadcast meeting through out the area. Now I have been called to be the Bishop, much like the Pastor, of our congregation so I have a lot of responsibility but have never had so much reason to meet with the members of the congregation and to be such a part of their lives.