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Hi I'm Casey

I'm a Mormon. I'm a father of 4 wonderful kiddos, I'm a school teacher, love sports and love my wife!

About Me

I'm an Arizona State Sun Devil, I've been a teacher for 14 + years! I'm a father of 4 kiddos, have a wonderful wife who is a fabulous photographer and love life! My hobbies and interests include: Camping with the family, fishing, playing sports (basketball, baseball and football. Wish I had tons of money so I could just coach kids sports for the rest of my life! I'm currently "hooked on fantasy football" with my boys. Some of my favorite "get aways" include surfing and hanging out at the beaches in California and chilling in the mountains with my family and wife.

Why I am a Mormon

Why I'm a Mormon? Because it makes sense! Membership in the church has brought happiness and peace to my life! I have a testimony that the Bible is the word of God, I also have a testimony that the Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ. Together, these two books help clear up confusion and inspire me to make choices that bring peace to my soul. I love how the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has a living prophet, just like in the "days of old". Our current prophet is President Thomas S. Monson, every time I hear him speak, I get goose bumps and feel good all over! He shares ideas and ways we can overcome today's problems and temptations. It is awesome to know that God loves us just as much today, as he did back in the old testament times, that he continues to show us the way to return to him, if we read the scriptures and follow his prophets (modern day prophets and past prophets).

How I live my faith

I live my faith by volunteering/helping the young men (age 12-14) with Boy Scouts and with their church duties on Sunday. I teach a youth Sunday School class every week. So, I spend a lot of time camping and giving service to the community with the young men.