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Hi I'm Cliff

I teach people how to use computers. I like to bike ride and read. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My Dad worked for the United States Forest Service, so I grew up in several small, beautiful towns in Idaho and Utah. I am the oldest of three children. After my mission in Argentina, I attended Brigham Young University in Utah where I met my wife. We have three children and I teach computer classes for community colleges. I enjoy bike riding, reading, and travelling when time and money permit.

Why I am a Mormon

I have read and studied the Book of Mormon and received my answer through a witness from the Holy Ghost that it is true. I know that we are all literally brothers and sisters and all lived with God before we came to earth and that we will live again after our life here on earth. I love my wife and want to live with her forever. I believe that marriage in a temple of God, coupled with living the commandments of God, is a forever marriage and will not end at death. Incorporating the things I have learned by being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has helped me be a better person.

How I live my faith

I love my savior, Jesus Christ and try to follow his example. Knowing that we are all one family makes such a difference for me in how I treat others. I have come to better understand the two great commandments, to love God and to love our neighbor. I try each day to receive personal revelation from my Heavenly Father to know what I can do to help others. I start with trying to be a good husband to my wife and a good father to our three children. I find that as I study the word of God and live accordingly, I find peace and joy. I also volunteer for the local school district and a non-profit that provides recreational, social and educational opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities.