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Hi I'm Seth

I am a full time student, a stay at home dad and a part time fly fishing guide and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a stay at home dad, and also a full time student. I have been married for 8 years and have 2 beautiful children, a six year old and a three year old. They definitly keep me on my toes. I decided last year to go back to school and this time get my degree. I also work part time in a big box outdoor store, and during the summer months I am a fly fishing guide in Rocky Mountain National Park. I am a huge outdoorsman. My passion or as my wife would say obsession is fly fishing. I also love to camp, hike, and go geocaching with my family. I can't stand to be locked up inside so if there is a chance to go outside and play I take it.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church like many other members. I really didn't gain a strong testimony of the church until I was about 16. I started studing the scriptures faithfully and praying to know if they were true. I didn't really get an answer until I was on a scouting trip. We were required to bring our scriptures with us and one afternoon we all went into the woods to read and pray, while doing this I truly felt the spirit and the love that our heavenly father has for us. From that time forward I have tried my hardest to live the teachings of the church. Now I can help my children to learn basic foundations of the church and someday they can go to heavenly father in prayer and ask if this church is true. I am thankful for my membership in this church, it has truly blessed my life and my families life.

How I live my faith

I have participated in many callings from teaching sunday school lessons to little ones or even teaching older youth. Currently I help teach the men in the ward. I also do many visits to members of the church to check on their well being.