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Hi I'm Scott

I'm an Occupational Therapist, an outdoor enthusiast and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

At work I help those who have been debilitated due to a stoke, brain injury or some sort of trauma. I love going to work and seeing my patients progress to where they can take care of themselves. It makes me happy. I also enjoy watching, studying and reading about survival. It is amazing to me that the human body has an ability to adapt and survive in just about any situation. I play guitar, but not very well. I've just gotten into adventure racing. I'm not the kind of person that can just run and enjoy that. I need to have something to do when I am running or some kind of obstacle to conquer. It keeps me interested! Camping, hiking, fishing, geocaching...what else is Colorado for?

Why I am a Mormon

My parents converted shortly after they were married. The always encouraged me to find out for myself if what I was being taught was true. They also taught me to pray and to rely on prayers as real communication with God. I remember the first time I prayed and received an answer. It was then that I knew that there was a God and He was aware of me. When I was in High School I was struggling with the fact that Joseph Smith was a prophet. We lived 45 minutes from the Sacred Grove where Joseph Smith saw God the Father and Jesus Christ. In the middle of those trees I prayed and asked if Joseph Smith was a prophet. I recieved a wonderful, peaceful feeling and then I knew that my prayers were answered. I now know for myself that Joseph Smith is a prophet of God. I am glad that my parents encouraged me to pray and know for myself the truth of the things that I was taught.

How I live my faith

One of the things that I like about being a mormon is that there are numerous opportunities to volunteer for things. There are ways to serve each other and to help someone in need. As opportunities arise I enjoy being apart of those opportunities to help someone be happy and feel loved by taking care of a need.