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Hi I'm Trevor

I love my family, friends, sports, and all things trivial. I'm a lifelong Southerner, an educator, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm in my late twenties, a husband, a father, and an educational professional at a large state university. I come from a large "blended" family, with many siblings (biological and not). That experience has shaped me from the day I was born and I have had all of the experiences, good and bad, that come from such a family. I am constantly connected to information, imperative to life and just for my trivial enjoyment. I love sharing knowledge and having the favor returned.

Why I am a Mormon

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is simple and pure. It revolves around love, caring for others, charity, and sharing of our blessings. I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because I know that Christ is the Son of God. I know that He established His Church in a manner that allows for each individual to lift others up, and be lifted up. I know that the Church today is built in that same manner, and that Christ is at its head. There is no other place that I've seen that focuses so closely on that mission of Christ, that is, to help and serve those around us, both temporally, but also spiritually, that we may all be worthy to receive the many blessings waiting for us.

How I live my faith

I serve as the Secretary for our men's group. I help coordinate our efforts to support each and every family in our congregation through monthly visits that are designed to ensure that we are there when help is needed. Above and beyond that, I try to make sure that every interaction I have with people on a daily basis, be it at home, at work, or out and about, is uplifting. I hope to live my faith on my sleeve, so that others see me as someone who is happy, cheerful, and full of hope.