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Hi I'm Clayton

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

First and foremost, I am a father and a husband. There is nothing better than spending time with family. Our family loves to spend time together outdoors, when the weather is good. When going outside is not an option, we enjoy playing board games. Prior to moving to the Denver area, I grew up in a small mountain town where I spent most of my free time up in the mountains or at the local basketball courts. Currently, I am also a graduate student working on my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.

Why I am a Mormon

There are many reasons why I am a Mormon. One reason that I am a Mormon is because of the happiness I enjoy through trying my best to live the Savior’s teachings. I grew up as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. At an early age I was taught what it meant to be a Christian. As I grew up I had many friends that made less than desirable choices in their lives, and I saw with the consequences they have to live with. I was able to avoid many of the pitfalls though living the teachings of Christ. The reason for my membership in this church goes beyond these experiences in my early life. I firmly believe that God answers the sincere prayers of his children. I have prayed to know if the Book of Mormon and the Bible are true books and if teachings of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are true. I have received an unmistakable yes as my answer.

How I live my faith

Living my faith impacts every aspect of my life. The biggest way that my family and I live our faith is by trying keep our home centered in Christ. We pray and read from the scriptures together every day. This helps us to remember what is most important in this life. I also live my faith in my professional life. By seeing each patient I see as a fellow child of our Father in Heaven, I try to treat my patients with greater respect and empathy. With this perspective I have added motivation to provide the best care possible for all the patients I treat.