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Hi I'm Trevor

I'm a husband, father, sales manager and cowboy. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a Husband and a Father of 5. I enjoy all sports especially team roping; I was raised farming and ranching and grew up in a large family learning the importance of hard work at a very young age. I enjoy music and art as this too was in our home growing up.

Why I am a Mormon

I was adopted at a very young age (just a few days old) and raised by two very loving parents who love the Lord. They did the very best they knew how to help me gain an understanding of my Savior Jesus Christ and understand the role he could and would play in my life. I gained a testimopny of the truthfullness of this church as I watched my parents (thou not perfect) steadfastly living the gospel and applying it into their everyday lives primarily through service. As a Christian I believe in Christ and I know that through the atonement (repentance and forgiveness) that I again can return into the presence of my Heavenly Father if I will do the best I can and always look to mend the wrongs

How I live my faith

Though I am far from perfect, I attend my church meeting every Sunday and while attending I actively participate in gospel studies. I pray each morning and night we also try and read the scriptures regularly as a family. I have the opportunity to give each week in helping the sick or others whether it be moving furniture, pool tables, etc. even lending a helping hand in yard work for those in need. I try and look for opportunities to serve as Jesus would serve if he were here today. I am an Eagle scout and as my boys are now old enough to begin the scouting programs I am involved in their progression and various activities with this valuable organization. Each Christmas as it is the time to reflect on the birth of the Savior Jesus Christ we as a family try and give to a family or families that might be less fortunate. As we prepare for this it is overwhelming and very moving how our young family understands and embraces the fun, and joyous time as they give to others. I enjoy having gospel discussions with my children as they learn the teachings of Jesus and how it helps them in their daily struggles. We have a family night each Monday where we talk about the week and play and sing and just let each other know the value each one is individually to our family.