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Hi I'm Clint

I grew up in Utah, moved to Colorado in 1999, I repair computers and servers, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father of 5 kids. We have children in High School, Middle School, Elementary School, and one still at home, so our days can fill up rather fast. As a profession, I work in the technology field, building, repairing, and selling, computers and servers for companies in and around this area. I enjoy woodworking, photography, hunting and fishing, and camping.

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up in an LDS home and community made it easy to be a member of the church. When I was married, and I was on my own, it was not the same. I had to make a conscious decision to be a Latter-Day Saint. I struggled for several years, and then through reading the scriptures, prayer, and faith in my Heavenly Father, I finally reached the point where my heart had been changed and I now know my Father in Heaven and my Savior Jesus Christ. Now when people ask me about, coffee, tea, tobacco, or alcohol, I can say that I have chosen to abstain. I have seen the blessing for not partaking in these things The greatest blessings that I have received in my life can all be traced back to one simple act, tithing. It is a small and simple thing. 10% of my earnings go to the Lord. I will never stop giving this to him. There have been countless blessings to me and my family because of this one small thing. Health, strength, prosperity, wisdom, and the list goes on and on.

How I live my faith

With 5 Kids, from High School to Pre-school, and all the activities that go along with it, life fills up really fast. We help as much as we can with our kids school activities. Choir, plays, concerts, and sporting events, keep us running all throughout the year, but we know that these are not the most important activities they can be doing. We have made it a conscious decision to have family dinners, at home, every night. We have also made it a priority to go to church every Sunday, and attend all the meetings. This allows us a basis to discuss our Heavenly Father and his plan for us as we eat around the table. We are also very conscious about each member of the family and how they are doing. Once a month, I sit down with each one of them, one on one, and discuss anything they want. This also allow us to review what, as a parent, I expect from them, and then what they expect from me.