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Hi I'm David

I grew up in Southern California, served a 2-year mission in Japan, worked as a chiropractor for 20 years, and now live in Idaho.

About Me

I grew up in Southern California and served a 2-year mission in Nagoya, Japan. I owned a large clinic and worked as a chiropractor for 20 years before moving to Norther Idaho where I now live.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a 'Mormon' my entire life, and have reaped the benefits of having a solid Christian foundation and parents that saw the value of raising us with good moral standards, strong work ethic, and wholesome social values. One of the greatest benefits I have found from living this standard is the peace and confidence I find through a combination of my hard work and faith in a God that actively watches over us, resulting in knowing that I'm guided throughout this life and able to calmly handle any situation that that I come across. In a world where many are stressed, confused, and feel like religion is a crutch for the weak to rely on, I invite you to actively seek a relationship with God through prayer and striving to live your life in accordance with the 'old fashioned' standards that Jesus Christ taught while on this earth.

How I live my faith

I don't just have a faith, I strive to live my faith by following the teachings and example of Jesus Christ, who taught us the will of God, our spiritual and eternal father. I'm not perfect, and we all have our faults and weaknesses, but I try to always be better and progress the best I can. I believe that service to others is what brings true and lasting happiness, along with a solid feeling of satisfaction. I serve in our church in many different functions, and served those in my community as a chiropractor for 20 years, providing all the care and information that I could to help them improve their lives, with monetary compensation always being a secondary concern. My patients could feel that, and I saw the joy it gave them to 'pay me back' with favors when they could.