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Hi I'm Tim

I grew up in California. I am a student studying accounting. I am a father and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband and father. Over the years I have enjoyed running and exercise. I love spending time with my family. When I have free time I like to curl up and read a book or go for a run. I am currently a college student and love to interact with those of all ages.

Why I am a Mormon

I have had several experiences that have helped me to develop a love for my savior Jesus Christ. Over the years I have learned that the Holy Ghost is able to speak to us in a clear and concise manner when we are in need of help or guidance. I know that Heavenly Father has a plan for each one of his children and I have began to discover what he wants from me. I know that I can live with my family forever and this is real important to me. Family is one of the things that I feel is so important. I know that it is a huge blessing that I can live with them not only in this life, but for all eternity. I know that our Father in Heaven knows and love each and every one of us. I also know for myself that Joseph Smith is a true prophet. The reason I know this is because I have asked God myself in sincere prayer and he has told me through the special confirmation of the spirit that this is true. I know that all who ask God, who are willing to follow his answer, will receive an answer.

How I live my faith

I love to serve others and my family. Currently I am serving in a bishopric, which is a a position in which I get to serve several people in a congregation. I help young man and women in our congregation, known as a ward, to grow closer to their Heavenly Father as well as strengthen each other. My wife and I volunteer to help others. Our family enjoys spending time together during the week. We especially look forward to spending time together on Monday nights. We call this night family night and it is reserved for us to have family councils, teachings, activities, and just spending wholesome time together. Family is the central unit of the church and we love to learn together.