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Hi I'm Aaron

I'm an Iraqi Freedom Veteran. I'm a Father, Husband, Brother, Son. I'm an Eletrician. I'm a Volunteer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a Dad of four, three girls and one boy. I work hard as an electrician to support my family. Sometimes I feel I have spent too much time away from them in my efforts to work for them. I was called to serve in Iraq in 2004 as part of a rebuilding force in that War torn country that is stuck in the 14th century. I returned home safe, some of my friends did not. I love my Family, my Country, my Life.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because this is where I find peace. This is where I find knowledge. This is where I comune with my Creator and my Saviour. This is where I find my family is forever. This is where I know I am not alone.

How I live my faith

I live my faith with my family in reading and praying together. Our greatest joy is to eat dinner togehter, read the scriptures together (sometimes "Little House on The Praire" series books) and praying together. I love my little ones and my wife. I volunteer as a clerk for my congregation and have the privilege to see first hand the goodness of others in their faithfull offerings and the good being done with those offerings to bless those in need in our community.

What is being a Mormon like?

Is there a majic solution that will take away all the temptations, struggles, or concerns that are common to mankind? No! However, there is such a thing as truth, right and wrong. Being a Mormon has taught me truth and that truth has been the source of greatest joy for me and my family. I know I can be together forever with my family. I know where I came from, I know why I am here and I know where I am going after I die. Show more Show less