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Hi I'm Adam

I'm from Rocklin, California. I am an accountant by trade and am currently residing in the Roseville YSA Ward. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in the church with an interesting family dynamic. My mother being semi-active (due to work) and my father being inactive. Though inactive, my father was always supportive and showed up when I spoke or on special holidays. He dropped my sister and I off at church every sunday. I can't thank my preisthood teachers and leaders enough for the amazing job they did building my testimony as a teenager. Their testimonies and lessons are what helped me build a desire to serve a mission, which I did in Jacksonville, Fl. For teh past 8-9 years I have been going to school and attending Singles Wards in the Rocklin & Roseville stakes. That's me!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church. My grandfather has always been a great hero of mine, and his example is one of the many that have help mold me. I was also blessed with great preisthood leaders who's testimonies and teachings molding me and helped built my own personal testimony.

How I live my faith

I'm active in my church as well as my multiple church callings, being in the Elder's Quorum Presidency and the Activities Committee. I love to teach and share my testimony on sundays, as well as while visiting members of the ward. I also try to be an example to my friends, roommates, family, etc. in my everyday life.

What do Mormons believe about the nature of God?

Adam
He is literally our Father, which is a very comforting and motivating thought to me. It helps me to understand his relationship to me, and makes feel safe and grateful for everything he has given me. I also know that He loves me and wants the best for me. Heavenly Father wants to bless us with more than we can even dream of... the tricky part is that we, as his children, need to be humble enough to ask for it. Show more Show less