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Hi I'm Hunt

I spend a lot of time after hours "setting" bones in the Emergency Room and I am a Mormon

About Me

I am married to my best friend and am a father of two. Orthopedic Surgery keeps me busy, but my true love is my family. There is nothing like the laugh of my children when I throw them in the air and see their smiles. I have never met a rocky dirt path that I haven't wanted to "bomb" down on my bike, or seen a mountain peek that I haven't wanted to summit. I have been to Nepal and hiked to Everest Base Camp, and look forward to the day I can introduce my son to the Himalayas.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that is the path that my Father in Heaven has chosen for me to travel. In doing so, I have learned that His path is always superior to direction I could choose to go on my own. Being Mormon has taught me to love life, to love others, and to love my Father in Heaven and his son Jesus Christ. I am Mormon because it helps keep life in perspective. The teachings of Christ show me how to overcome selfishness in order to find true happiness. I have learned how many weaknesses I posses, but I have also learned to find love and respect for myself despite these weaknesses, and find comfort in knowing that God has given me weaknesses so that I can grow closer to Him. I am Mormon because it gives me clear understanding of why I am here on Earth, how to find happiness here, and how to make the most of the beautiful gift of life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by sharing responsibilities with my wife, loving my children, and loving others. I try each day through introspection to see how I can be better, serve God, and my fellowman. I live my Faith by acknowledging my weaknesses and striving to allow my Father in Heaven to strengthen me in these weaknesses. I strive to be humble enough to allow Him to mold me into the man that he wants me to become.