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Hi I'm Jeremy

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father and enjoy being in the outdoors. I am a banker. I have been a volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America for many years. I love teaching Boy Scouts life skills and character traits then watching them apply what they have learned in the community or on a camping trip. I have an MBA degree and appreciate a good financial story or text to read. It a personal joy to analyze financial statements and understand where a company has been and where it is going or the multiple options it has to optimize performance.

Why I am a Mormon

My becoming a Mormon began with a basic belief in God. There are so many evidences of order and majesty in this world. From the smallest particles of matter to the ever expanding universe, all things indicate to me the existence of a Divine Creator. "God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son." This Son was Jesus Christ and He went about doing good providing a perfect example for the rest of humanity. My personal search was to find a Church that taught the Gospel of Jesus Christ and was organized in a similar manner as when He left this earth. His Church was originally organized with Apostles, an active missionary program, incidents of miraculous healings, Priesthood authority and serving others. I found these things and many more in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I feel a closeness to Jesus Christ as my personal Savior as I participate in the religious activities of the Church and do my best to give service to others

How I live my faith

I volunteer my time teaching young men life skills through the Boy Scouts of America one night each week and then help them become closer to Christ by teaching spiritual topics each Sunday. Serving these young men and helping them become productive members of the community is very personally rewarding. Watching a Scout happily serve someone else without being asked or to observe him completing a project to make the world a better place makes all the hours worth it. Having the opportunity to shape the lives of these young men is a great responsibility and I know that I can always use Jesus Christ as the perfect standard to measure all that we do as Scouts and as members of the Church. It is my goal to give them a desire to know Jesus Christ and to follow His teachings as they progress through the ranks of Scouting and through the rest of their lives.