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Hi I'm Craig

I grew up on the beaches of California. I married my high school sweetheart. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a dad, a brother, a son, and an Eagle Scout. I love the outdoors, especially water sports. Growing up in southern California, beaches are a part of me and my life -- I'm at home in the water. I was also fortunate enough to have grown up with access to motorboats. Whether it be a lake or an ocean, I certainly enjoy a day near the water. Perhaps that's why I love my new home in Singapore.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I regularly feel an overwhelming confirmation of the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. These feelings began when I was a young teenager. My father challenged me (and others) to read the Book of Mormon everyday and, if we did, he would reward us with a week-long trip to a lake. I took that challenge and 5 months later, not only was I rewarded with a trip to the lake but, more importantly, I began to regularly feel the Spirit as I read that book. Over the years, I realize that the lake trip paled in comparison to the life-changing reward that I would have from Christ's Gospel. Now, nearly 25 years later, I still read the Book of Mormon almost daily because I want to have those feelings from the Spirit of God. I am grateful to my parents for introducing the Gospel to me and grateful to our Savior for His Gospel, His love, and His continual devotion to me. I'm a Mormon.

How I live my faith

My greatest joy in life is living my faith and sharing it with my family, especially my own children. I want them to understand and know that our Father (in Heaven) loves them and that he sacrificed his perfect son, to suffer and die on the cross, so that the rest of his children be able to return to Him. Beyond my focus with my own children, I volunteer in the congregations's youth group (young men) and enjoy sharing my faith with them. Perhaps I can give them a part of what my father gave me. I also volunteer in the community by coaching athletics -- i hope that my example will have a positive influence on the children in our community.