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Hi I'm Preston

I was born and raised in Idaho. I am married, have 2 girls and I am a pharmacist. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in Idaho. I met my wife while in college and we now have 2 daughters. I am now a pharmacist at a little rural hospital. When I am not playing Dad or Husband or Pharmacist or doing my church calling, I like to spend my free time fly fishing and woodworking.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the church. When I decided to go on a mission I thought I better know for sure what I was going to do. I was at college at the time and had some extra time so I spent it reading and studying The Book of Mormon. I can still remember the old worn out couch that I kneeled down at and asked the Lord if The Book of Mormon was true. The feeling of comfort, knowing that going on a mission was right for me, was wonderful. I served in the Arizona Phoenix Mission and spent a lot of my time on the Navajo Reservation. My mission gave me the opportunity for my testimony to grow like no other time in my life. The 2 years of service has given me the faith and strength accomplish whatever the Lord has in store for me. The Book of Mormon is true. I make it a priority to read it everyday. I still pray and ask the Lord if The Book or Mormon is true and the Lord shows his love for my by giving me that feeling of comfort.

How I live my faith

Church just isn't on Sundays. It is a way of life. I work with the men in my church. It is a great opportunity to serve them and others. My calling in church allows me to do many things from helping someone find a new job to helping someone move into a new house. The Church allows great opportunities to serve others. That's what it is all about: service. Whether you are serving your family or serving the public, it is all the same, it's serving the children of God. When i am working as a pharmacist at the local rural hospital, I get many chances to help those in need. I find that the more service I do the closer I feel to Heavenly Father.