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Hi I'm Aaron

I used to drive a VW...long story, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been married to the same beautiful woman for over 30 years. She is my everything. I'm a husband, father of 5 and grandfather of 2. I was able to serve a mission for the church for 2 great years in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Today I am a builder. I enjoy working with my hands and seeing a project through to completion. I am an artist. I enjoy creating things. I especially enjoy working with concrete and metal to create and sculpt.

Why I am a Mormon

I find joy in the gospel of Jesus Christ. I love Gods plan of happiness. I know who I am, where I've come from and my potential if I will follow Gods laws and live the commandments. I love my family. I want to be with them forever. I know that this is what life is all about. Learning and developing relationships. Loving each other through thick or thin. Loving someone for who they are and looking past any short comings...Did I mention I loved my family? I have a course to follow. This is what the gospel has given to me. A path that will lead back to my heavenly home. Faith in the Lord, Jesus Christ. Repentance. Baptism. enduring to the end...This is why I'm a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving others. That is a way to be truly happy. Forget about yourself and reach out to others. As I do this I find great joy. My problems fade into the background as I focus on helping others. I love young people. They are our future. Any time invested in helping and mentoring the youth is time well spent. I live my faith by being an example of goodness. There are so many negative influences around us on all sides. The world needs people that are honest, upright citizens. I've taught my children the importance of integrity, hard work and receiving an education. My wife and I stand together. We support one another. We have lived as we've taught. We have walked the walk.