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Hi I'm Adam

I love to flyfish. I'm a lawyer and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I went to law school and I enjoy being a real estate lawyer but deep down I love marketing and entrepreneurship. I enjoy creatively solving problems. I use this skill frequently at work but it also comes in handy at home with my three children. There is nothing more fulfilling than being a father and husband. I served a mission in Argentina. I met amazing people there who now feel like part of my family. It is also there that I developed a love for sharing the gospel. My other love is flyfishing. It is hard for me to pass by any body of water without stopping to try to catch fish.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because I love my Savior. I am doing my best to follow his example. In the Church I can listen to a living prophet, read and be taught from the scriptures, pray to my Heavenly Father and have opportunities to serve others. By doing these things on a regular basis I feel like I am becoming a better person -- a happier person. After I was baptized I received the gift of the Holy Ghost along with a promise that if I tried to keep the commandments to the best of my ability the Holy Ghost would always be with me. Feeling the Holy Ghost calms the chaotic pace of life. It helps me be grateful for what I have been given. It dispels the fear of uncertainty. It brings clarity and understanding in a world that is often filled with confusing and conflicting ideas and arguments. Being a member of the Church brings me inner peace.

How I live my faith

I enjoy serving in the church. I have had a lot of different responsibilities over the years. Right now I am the executive secretary to our Bishop. Bishops have a lot to do and they don't get paid for any of it. My job is to organize and coordinate to help him be as efficient as possible so that he can take care of his church responsibilities and still have time to be a husband and father and spend time with his family.