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Hi I'm Scott

I'm LDS (Mormon). I'm from Utah. Active lifestyle growing up, but nowadays I'm a computer guy.

About Me

I grew up loving to skateboard, snowboard, fly-fish, wakeboard, and all kinds of stuff. I've been bungee jumping, but never sky diving. I've never ridden a horse, and I'm actually kinda scared of them hahaha... So, now I'm married to a great girl. I earned a Bachelors degree in Spanish from the University of Utah, and I'm currently working toward another Bachelors degree, but this time in Computer Science from Weber State University. I've found that I'm turning more and more into a computer nerd, and it's a great time! Computer/device programming seems to be something I love to do! It's kinda weird that that's the route I'm suddenly heading on, but it's kinda awesome at the same time.

Why I am a Mormon

I served a 2-year mission in Guatemala, and that changed my life forever. During my time there as a missionary, I experienced firsthand the way the Holy Ghost works through you to touch the hearts of other people. The things those people express to you about what they feel when being taught the Gospel of Jesus Christ, is miraculous. The way the Holy Ghost literally guides you to certain people is something that is undeniably from our Heavenly Father. Now, 7 years home from Guatemala, I have been fortunate enough to see the lives blessed, and drastically changed, of some of the people I was guided to during my time there. One of those people is now serving a full-time mission himself. These types of experiences are 100% due to the Lord guiding his work here on the earth, through the Holy Ghost. And I can never deny that.

How I live my faith

Whenever I'm assigned a job to do in the church, I always try to do it as well as I can. It can get tough when life during the week is so busy, but I always remind myself that you'll bless/change the lives of others by fulfilling your calling, and you yourself will be blessed (as a bonus). A way to accomplish your church duties is always provided, even if you think you're way too busy. It's pretty amazing.