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Hi I'm D. Todd Smith

I grew up in Idaho on a farm. Where I was taught the examples of hard work and upright living. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love the outdoors. I have always loved to hunt and fish and hike in the great outdoors. I find that being out in nature always reminds me of God's great love for us. I have had the great opportunity to have worked with the Boy Scouts of America for the past 4 years and I love seeing these young men realize that they can climb mountains and do hard things. They learn that they can handle life with all of it challenges. I am a father and grateful to have shared these experiences with my sons and to see them grow and learn.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up as a member of this church. I had great examples in the lives of my parents. As I began to develop a testimony, they counseled me to gain my own knowledge of the truth of the gospel. I have had several experiences where I have seen the Lord's hand guiding and protecting me. As I have prayed and searched the scriptures, I have felt the power and love of the Savior and know with a certainty that He lives and hears and answers prayers. I am so grateful for Gospel of jesus Christ and it has certainly helped me through the hard times in life and it continues to strengthen my testimony and brings me closer to God. I am thankful to be a member of this church and to have had these experiences.

How I live my faith

I love serving in the church. It continually blesses me and my family by helping us to not focus on ourselves, but to help others. When I help others, it helps me realize that this life is not all about me. I also can see through the service to other, how our Lord blesses us through others. As I have worked with the Boy Scouts planning camp outs and completing merit badges, I have seen how the Lord blesses us and protects us. As we sit around the campfire and share our thoughts and reflections of our day, I realize how these experiences help change these boys lives for the good.