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Hi I'm Scott

I love playing music and being outdoors, but most of all being mormon!

About Me

Ever since grade school, music has been a huge part of my life. I listen to music all the time, and I play drums and guitar with friends as much as I can. It's something I enjoy immensely, along with anything that has to do with being outside and isn't competitive. (I fail at sports.) I love hiking, swimming, and all of that good stuff. Nature rocks. Side-note, I'm kind of a huge nerd and love reading sci-fi stuff. I'm currently a sophomore attending college in Idaho, and I am still looking for what I want to do with the rest of my life career-wise. If you have any good ideas, let me know.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the LDS faith, and have always felt comfortable with the gospel of Jesus Christ. However, as I got older, I got to thinking that someone shouldn't base their religious belief just on what they’ve been raised to believe, but that they need to find out for themselves. So, I began studying and comparing Mormonism to other religions. In the end, I found that set next to ANY other religion—including other Christian denominations—the LDS faith and ideology trumped all others in mere logic alone. In no other religion will you find all of its doctrines, principles and teachings making so much sense, and offering so much happiness. But good logic isn’t good enough. Any man can conjure up a religion that makes sense to some degree. So, I decided to go the source of this religion, God the Eternal Father. After reading the Book of Mormon and other doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I prayed to my Heavenly Father if these were true principles. And now I testify that I see and feel this question answered on a daily basis with a resounding “yes!”

How I live my faith

One day at a time. I’m not perfect, but if I see anyone who needs help, I try to serve them in any way that I can.