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Hi I'm Roger

I grew up in Denver, Colorado. I am a chemical engineer. And, I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am an engineer; I use my knowledge of science to help safely design and build the means to produce the energy we all need to live productive and comfortable lives. I am an outdoorsman who loves to hike, camp, canoe, and raft while exploring the wonders of the Nature that was created by God. I love photography-it gives me reminders of places I have seen and joy I have felt in the moments I have shared with my family and friends. But most importantly, I am a father and a husband. I have a wonderful wife who supports me, and I support her. We have a beautiful daughter in whom we find great joy. The three of us spend as much time together as possible, and from this time, we harvest much joy amidst the troubles and pains of life.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I felt that I was missing "something" in my life. When I was 29, I attended the baptism of my mother (who became a Mormon, too) and I spoke to the Mormon missionaries at that service. Leter, they taught me about the teachings of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, the First Vision of the first LDS prophet, Joseph Smith, and about our Heavenly Father's Plan of Salvation. These messages spoke to me, and I felt the stirrings within me that led me to believe that these Mormon teachings were a part of that "somethig" I was missing. Since I joined the Mormon church, the last six years of my life have been the happiest I have known. I love this church. I know that God loves me, just as he loves all of His children. I know that God sent His Only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to this earth to redeem all of mankind from their sins. I know that Man's spritual needs are the same today as they were in the days of Adam and of Noah and of Moses and of Isaiah, and that it is critical that we have the Spirit of Revelation in our lives, both on a personal basis and from ordained Prophets of God.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by working hard, by doing the best I can at home and work. I live my faith by teaching young Mormon teenagers about the Savior Jesus Christ and the love that He has for all of us, regardless of who we are or where we come from. I live my faith by serving my neighbors during Colorado Cares Day when we beautify public parks or restore historical sites. I live my faith through home teaching, where I and my brethren teach the Gospel of Christ and support our fellow Mormons in thier times of need-spritual and temporal. I live my faith by honoring and caring for my wife. And we, as parents, live our faith by teaching our daughter about Christ, His Mission and His Love for God's Children.