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Hi I'm Adam

I like building cabinets and working with wood. I enjoy riding my motorcycle, and I'm an avid snowboarder. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Right now I am a student working two jobs. I am recently married and in love with my beautiful wife named Julie. I work at a gas station and I build and instal custom cabinets for a local cabinet company. I am going to college to become an elementary teacher, and hope to teach fifth or sixth grade. I also plan on returning to school to receive a master degree in administration so I can work in school administration. I also belong to a young single adult bishopric. I am responsible for serving close to two hundred single adults. It gives me great joy to work with them.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I know that it is true. I have grown up in the church but that does not mean that I have not had my far share of experiences that have allowed me to know that God lives and Jesus Christ is his son, and that through Joseph Smith the fullness of their gospel was restored. Knowing this gives me peace, and living as busy as I currently am, I need peace in my life. Having a knowledge that I am part of the true church of Christ allows me to have faith in Christ and that despite my imperfections I know that He will provide when I am unable.

How I live my faith

I live my faith one day at a time with the end goal in mind. I know that I want to live with my father in heaven, and that if I follow the gospel of Jesus Christ I can reach that goal. I take my life one day at a time because that is much easier to me than thinking about a collective future of events that could happen in my life. So I read the scriptures daily, I pray often daily, I attended my church meetings and follow all other commandments daily. In so doing I know I can handle the challenges that come because I don't over load myself with constant worrying about whether I am good enough to meet God someday.