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Hi I'm Clint Biggs

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

There are so many things that I enjoy doing. I'll share a couple. I love sports...both playing and watching. Seeing the games and understanding the drive and stories behind the athletes are fascinating to me. Just about the only sports I don't like are those that are judged. I'd rather have any sport or competition where the object is to perform faster, stronger, or score more than your opponent. I also really enjoy traveling, especially with my wife. We have been very fortunate to have traveled throughout the world. Seeing and learning about various cultures is one of the best experiences in my life. I've been to most continents and many countries on each. I hope to visit all continents at some point in my life.

Why I am a Mormon

For the most part, I grew up with the church in my life. My father has never been religious. My mother, however, was raised with a Protestant faith and I was christened shortly after birth. She felt that while many faiths were good, they all disagreed to some extent with each other and felt incomplete according to her reading of the Bible. LDS missionaries came by one day and shared a message of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and left her with a copy of the Book of Momon. She ultimately decided to join the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints but her struggles with that initial message and her eventual conversion are her own story to tell. The effect for me was to provide an opportunity to grow up in the church and see first hand the gospel in action. I attended actively through my early years but was drawn to more worldly pursuits in my teenage and early adult years. While I always knew the church and its members were good, I did not have a firm testimony of the Atonement of Jesus Christ and the reality of the restored gospel until my early 20s. When the time of my conversion came, I learned for myself with a sureness that has sustained me through my life. It came at a critical time that was right for me and in a way that I cannot deny. I am a Mormon, or a Latter-day Saint, because I believe Jesus Christ is who He said He is. I believe that He restored His gospel, church, and priesthood authority in these latter days. I have been blessed greatly in my life as I have lived by the precepts and doctrine of His gospel. I stand as a disciple of my Lord, Savior, and Redeemer...Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

My faith is my life. I can't image one without the other. So much of my life revolves around service...whether through my church assignments/callings or through service to others in the community. I try to live cleanly and without malice to others. I try to do to others as the Lord would have me. I enjoy being His hands in lifting others whenever possible.