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Hi I'm Chad

I am a medical provider in an under served community. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I recently finished graduate school as a physician assistant in Atlanta, GA and moved to the Tulsa, OK area with my wife and kids to raise my family and to make a difference by serving in a medically underserved community. I enjoy working with a group of people that often get forgotten and left behind in the healthcare shuffle that is occurring in our great country. In addition to my work, I love to be active with my children and to help them as they participate in sports and other activities in school. Although, not a big part of my life, i do like to play some video games when time permits, which is usually after everyone else is asleep.

Why I am a Mormon

The reason that I continue to follow the gospel of Jesus Christ is that it gives me strength and strengthens my family. It has helped me to see my weaknesses and to helped me to find the path to become more like our Savior Jesus Christ. In doing so I can become a better husband, father, son, brother, and friend. It following the gospel I have truly found joy in my life and I know that lasting joy can only come from that which is good. I know that the Church of Jesus Christ can bring that joy to all those that choose to follow it has I have.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being an example in the home by leading my family in family prayer and scripture study. I am also regularly visit with families in my neighborhood to teach them and to see if there are special needs or blessings that they may need or that I can help with.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Families are central to God's plan because in provides a climate that allows for experience and growth in our lives. As we experience life and its many peaks and valleys, we learn be more like our Savior. It is only in personal relationships and experiences that these improvements can be made and allow us to grow closer as a family, and in turn, grow closer to God. Show more Show less