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Hi I'm Adam

I am a medical student, a happy father and husband and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a medical student that is trying to become a radiologist. I have a beautiful wife and two daughters. I spend most of my time studying and trying to get ready for the next test or at least it seems that way. The rest of my time is spent changing diapers, helping cook, playing with my kids, and helping to put my daughters to sleep. On the side I am in the process of training for a triathlon. (Not going so well) When I have time I love to play guitar and sing. I use to write my own songs and I even recorded some of them with my brother but I just haven't had time for the last several years.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into an LDS family. I have 5 brothers and 2 sisters and I am the 6th. I can honestly say that I have never had a strong desire to be anything other than mormon. That does not mean I haven't questioned my beliefs or doubted before, but simply nothing else (belief system or lifestyle) has appealed to me. My testimony is rooted in several personal, powerful spiritual experiences I have had throughout my childhood and into adulthood. I know God loves me. I know that my sins can be and have been forgiven through the atonement of Christ. I felt very strongly on numerous occasions that the Book of Mormon is the word of God and he is very pleased with it. Everything else kind of falls into place after those three things. I love the blessings I have felt and received as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I am one hundred percent committed to being the greatest dad in the world. If I wasn't a member of the church I would still probably want to be a great dad but now I know exactly why I am willing to sacrifice so much for my kids. There is not doubt that my wife and I have a better, deeper, stronger relationship because of the doctrines of the church. I am very grateful for the guidance the church provides in my life as far as lifestyle choices are concerned. I love being mormon and I whoever is reading this should consider becoming one also.

How I live my faith

I put my relationship with Heavenly Father and Christ first (At least I want to and try to), my relationship with my wife second, my kids third and everything and everyone else comes way later.