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Hi I'm Nate

I'm a husband, and a soon-to-be father. I'm the coolest uncle. I'm constantly learning. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Lover of sports, family, loud music, useless trivia, cooking, eating, and sharing. I also play guitar and have collected a bunch of gear over the years to help with that. I have a deep admiration for humanitarian service done across the world and desire to offer such service many times within my lifetime. I have traveled to many places in this world and appreciate the variety of cultures, lands, and people. After waiting years for the right person, I married the greatest girl in the summer of 2011. I've never been happier, nor more challenged. I love life and even more sharing it with someone I love.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in this church because of the diligence and faith of my family that preceded me. I continue to believe because of my own experience through trials and successes, and also because of the positive examples I surround myself with. The things that I have seen and felt over the years created a deeply-rooted testimony within me of the truth of the gospel and of a living Jesus Christ. I know He is real as is God, His and our Father. I read the scriptures, ponder its teachings in my heart, and pray to God to verify its truth. When I do this I get an indescribably great and affirmative feeling in my heart and mind that I attribute to the Holy Ghost testifying to me that it is true. With all of these factors combined, I cannot deny what I know to be right. I feel more aware of who I am and what I should become because of this testimony.

How I live my faith

I enjoy serving the community, my neighbors, and even strangers whom I've never met. I try to seek out these chances to serve because the greatest way to feel Christ's love is by serving others. I visit those in need and organize ways to improve the morale and welfare of those around me. Most of these visits are done just to extend a hand of friendship. I find great joy in sharing happiness with others.