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Hi I'm Isaac

I grew up in Southern California and Arizona. I served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love all things Logistical, especially Transportation (Airplans, Trains, Trucks, Boats). I am a big fan and supporter of the men and woman of the military. I have two children (a stepson, and daughter) they are the insporation and motivation of my Adult Life. My favorite Phrase is something I lerned while in the military "Mind Over Matter, if you dont mind then it dosent matter"! I try in my life to not let the small things turn into the big ones. So often they do LOL!

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised a Latter Day Saint. I have had severall challenges in my life and have been able to give and recieve help for most of them. I belive my prayers have and are answered the older I get. I have prayed about The Book of Mormon and feel it is true. The time I spend reading and studying the Scriptures have help me in my life!

How I live my faith

I work and have worked unusual schedules (nights/weekends). This is a challenge I always try to pray and read scriptures with my Family. I go to church when ever and where ever I can. Being a visitor in other wards or congragations around the world, They have different faces but the spirit is the same. I love to sing hymns and am always curious for more perspective. The leading thought in my mind is; How can I better understand the scriptures and history of my Faith and the Life of Christ?

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

All of my four brothers and even my two sisters served honorable missions! Show more Show less

How are the activities of the Mormon missionaries funded?

I served a mission for Two years in Santiago, Chile. I worked hard in High school to pay for my mission. This was a great experience in my Life. Show more Show less