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Hi I'm Adam

I've lived in Arizona my whole life, I have a family, I sell cars and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a happy person. My wife and I have three beautiful children. I love to travel and hope to see the world someday. I speak Spanish and love to visit Mexico. I have grown up in the family car business and have been selling vehicles in one form or another most of my life. I like to do things outside, from hiking, deep-sea fishing, shooting guns and camping. I’m also very techy. I have multiple computers and electronics all over the house. And what techy doesn’t love movies and video games. But my real passion is woodworking. Sometimes I get a little carried away and I even cut down and mill my own lumber. I find it very fulfilling to build things from scratch with my own hands. My biggest problem is finding the time to do all my many hobbies. I just love those dang kids so much more than my hobbies and am happy to spend my time with them and my wife. I know time will be abundant to do those things in the future.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born a Mormon, but that doesn’t mean I have to stay a Mormon. My parents did a great job teaching me right from wrong and starting me on a good path of life. The greatest beauty about being a Mormon is that you have to choose it for yourself. You can only follow others for so long before you must gain your own convictions or dwindle in unbelief. I have questioned the truthfulness of this gospel in my youth, but was lucky enough to follow the simple steps to fine out for myself. It is so easy, study it and then ask God if these things are true. That is what I did and now I know for myself that this gospel is true. That is why I’m a Mormon. Because of those understandings I was able to spread the gospel to many people of another country during my two year mission. I wouldn’t trade those memories for anything. I know that following Chris can only make you happy.

How I live my faith

The list of opportunities I have had or will be able to have living and serving in the gospel are virtually endless. Dailey activities include family pray and gospel and scripture study. I attend church every Sunday with my family and enjoy increasing my knowledge of the gospel. In the past I was able to serve for two years as a fulltime missionary. I have taught many youth and adult classes. (Not that I’m very good at it) Once a month I visit two wonderful member families (at least I try to every month) and share a message from one of our church leaders. It’s not always easy, but it is always worth it.