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Hi I'm Daniel

I'm a Software Engineer, I'm a husband and father, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a military family. My dad served in Vietnam and continued to serve in the military for many years following that war. My parents are converts and I was five years old when they joined the church. I am married with children. I try to spend time with them as much as possible. I have found that true joy is found within the walls of your own home.

Why I am a Mormon

As a young boy, I witnessed my parents convert to the Mormon faith. I also saw my Grandparents fight with my mom and dad over the decision they made to join the church. We lived with my Grandparents at the time, and after my parent’s baptisms, my Grandparents disowned us and wanted us out of their house by morning. I was devastated and needed to know for myself if my parents had made a good choice to join this church. I remember being taught that God would answer my prayers and so that night I decided to ask God if the church my parents joined was true. As I asked the Lord my question, a sensation overcame me from my head to my feet and I felt pure love and I knew that my parents had made the right choice. I also knew that my Grandparents would one day accept us back into their lives again. I am so grateful for this experience and from that day forward I have never doubted that this church is the Lord’s church.

How I live my faith

I have accepted many calls to serve over my lifetime and I intend to faithfully fulfill whatever the Lord wants me to do. I served as a full time missionary in the Canada Calgary Mission. Those two years taught me a lifetime of lessons and gave me many cherished experiences. I know with all my heart that this gospel is true. I know the Lord lives and that He loves each of us, and he has the power to lift us up from where we are to where we ought to be.