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Hi I'm Steven Price

I have been blessed with a rewarding career in fashion and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a father of 5 children, a husband to a wonderful wife, and I design jeans for a living. I love to play squash, badminton and am an expert at playing wiii.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a troubled Mormon home. While my mother and father were active LDS, all was not well at home. My father struggled with intense anger management issues and after 12 years of wild mood swings my mother finally gathered the courage to leave. After her departure, she felt alienated from her latter day saint brothers and sisters and ended up raising my brothers and me outside the faith. My life as an early adolescent was filled with troubles. Before age 18 I had already developed strong additions to alcohol, cocaine, ectacy, methamphetamines, and other hard drugs. While living in San Francisco, CA in 1994 I felt lost, addicted, and without hope. In my intoxicated observation my future held either jail time, over does, or suicide. I was in a low dark place. It was out of this time that I met Elders Hill and Maravilla. They patiently taught me the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. It resonated somewhere deep inside me and light began to penetrate the darkness that surrounded me. I was given a copy of the Book of Mormon and given a challenge to read it. As I did, something remarkable happened. I felt strength, inner strength. It wasn't easy but I began to sober up. I began to change. I felt the strength to put away the drugs and to hold on to the power that came from reaching for the forgiveness offered by Jesus Christ. There were many miracles great and small that helped me from that place to where I am now. I will always look back to that time in my life as great.

How I live my faith

 I work hard, pray, and try to live my life with love and compasion.