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Hi I'm Jeff

I'm a father. I'm a husband. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

While I wasn't born here, I have spent most of my life in Colorado, and consider Colorado home. My main hobby is my 4 kids - i love to watch them participate and compete in whatever sport or activity they are involved in. In what spare time I do have, I enjoy working out and watching sports.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, because over and over in my life, I have had experiences that let me know that the things we believe to be true are true. I am reminded on a daily basis of the blessings of family. I have had many opportunities to serve others, and have truly learned the blessings of service - that our lives have greater meaning when we share of ourselves with others. My faith helps me to appreciate the highs and lows that all people experience - and that we are here on this earth for these experiences. I am grateful to know that I have a Heavenly Father that loves me, and that he has sent me here to learn and to grow. I am also grateful to know of the love that Jesus Christ has for each of us personally - that he would not only take upon himself our sins, but also that he has experienced our grief and pain, so that he would best know how to comfort us during those times of need that each of us have - regardless of race, faith, socioeconomic status, etc. I know that living the teachings of Jesus Christ - and doing his will - brings us much joy in this life.

How I live my faith

I have the opportunity to attend meetings each Sunday. Beyond weekly church service, I also have the opportunity to work with a great group of men in overseeing the well-being of not only families with whom we attend church, but also of our community. Ours is a church of service, and the men of the church are called to be home teachers. With this calling, these home teachers visit members in their home, and check upon their temporal and spiritual well-being. We have had the opportunity to help people move, to paint homes, and to provide other temporal needs. We also get to share messages with these families, and to be there as a spiritual support, during good times and bad. It is great to know that there is a support system in place, that if I was in need of immediate assistance, there is a support group that I would not hestiate to call on in a second, and that I know they would respond.