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Hi I'm Jason

I'm a Civil Designer by trade, I enjoy mountain biking, being in the outdoors and spending time with my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have been involved in some form of computer added design all of my life, mainly civil and telecommunications. I was born in British Columbia, Canada, but now live in northern Arizona. I have a wonderful family of four young boys and a beautiful wife, who is an absolute inspiration to me. There is no question that she is my best friend and trusted companion. One hobby that I really enjoy is to go mountain biking and find a great trail through the trees. I love to be in nature and have found that I feel closer to my Savior when I am surrounded by his beautiful creations.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always been a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. But I have chosen to remain a member because of my growing relationship with my Savior Jesus Christ and Father in Heaven. I know of their love for me and recognize the difference it has maid in my life and the life of my family. I know that God lives and that he truly loves us! There is no doubt about that. He knows each of us as his children and wants us to learn and grow. That is why he gives us commandments. They keep our lives in line with his will and bless our lives in ways that we do not always understand.

How I live my faith

One of the many joys I have found in my life is being able to serve others. As I have recognized God's love for me, it is only natural to share that with others. In the Church, I have the opportunity to help with teaching, organizing activities and setting up service opportunities. But it seams like it is my life that is blessed. There is a true joy that comes when we do Gods will and it helps to change my whole outlook on life. One of the greatest blessings comes as I watch my young boys help with the work. There is no greater training that they can receive in there young lives.