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Hi I'm Adam

I'm a golfing wake boarder. I travel the world. I'm studying to become a medical doctor. I'm a brother and son, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

If there is one thing I love in life it is filling life with diversity. I love doing all sorts of diffent things at once. I love everything from sports, to style, to international cultures and languages. In high school I enjoyed playing basketball and baseball as well as a number of other organized sports. In the end, Wake boarding and golf came to be my two favorites. I love film making and photography, playing with my iPad or the latest iMac. Of the arts ceramics has come to become my favorites, though as of late I have started enjoying singing. If there is anything of value that someone thinks may enrich my life I am totally down. I am a student at Brigham Young University where I am doing my undergraduate in preparation for medical school. I have a goal to become an interventional radiologist, which is the technical term for an x-ray guided surgeon. Apart from that I would love to work with vacation real-estate. I have always loved to travel. My most recent travels included a two year mission in Sweden where I was able to learn their language and cultures well as be omen friends with people from some 80 different countries. Among my other favorite travel destinations are Paris, London, Alaska, Hawaii, and my favorite... Skiing in Park City, Utah. I love Jesus Christ and the strength and light it brings into my life. And, oh yah... I'm a Mormon

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in this church as a child. I always loved the peace an happiness we had in our family. We had disagreements just like any other family, but they always seemed brief ending with greater love for each other. We would do the best we could to follow Jesus Christ as a family. One specially tradition we had was that each night we would kneel in a circle holding hands as a family, sing a song about God, and one of us would hold a prayer. It really wasn't too difficult to steer clear of drugs and alcohol in high school, but as I left for college I wa faced with a new host of choices. For the first time in my life I was not surrounded by family each night in a circle, nor was I reading scriptures as a family. It was then I gained a deep desire to come to known if what my parents had spoken of was true. I began to read in the Book of Mormon and ask to know ifitwas true. Before I began readingni remember kneeling in my little dorm room and saying, Heavenly Father, I believe the Book of Mormon is true, I want to know that it is true. If it is, I will serve you the rest of my life, if it is not then I will leave it and find the truth. I faithfully read in the Book of Mormon every day and prayed to know if it was true. After about a month of reading I had yet to receive an answer. I went to a friends dorm room, everyone was gone and it was completely quiet. For several minutes i prayed asking God if he would answer the questions of my heart, that I really desired to know if the book was true. I got up off my knees and continued to read in the ok. About fifteen minutes later as I read in the book a feeling of peace came. It was just so enveloping like the feel of being home on christmas morning. I just knew it was true. The feeling was so good andn pure. The miracle from that day has been that that feeling continues to come as I read and study and pray. It was my answer that it is true, that Jesus Christ lives, and that He had restored His church to the Earth.

How I live my faith

Just as my parents taught me by example, I try to live my life as an example of Jesus Christ. I quietly go about my day, trying to do something good for someone. I try to read each day in the scriptures, to go to church, and prepare for my own future family. Faith is about action, about doing, not just knowing, so I try to do things for others to show them of my love. I do that through simple acts of kindness, such as a smile or happy hello! When people ask about my faith I am always open to share my story and invite them to read and pray as well. With such a great gift, I cannot help but share it.

In whom should we have faith?

Adam
We read from Jesus Christ himself... I am the way, the truth, and the life! Jesus Christ is the who we must have our Faith in. He is the living son of the Living God. He loves us so very much. He suffered for our sins and mistakes. We develop faith in him as we follow him. If we do the will of the Lord we will know of the doctrine as James teaches us. As we follow Jesus Christ and show our faith through our actions we become more Christlike. Ultimately, it is the power of our Savior Jesus Christ, his kindness and love which will allow us to become all that our father in Heaven would have us be. We must have faith in Jesus Christ, Repent, and be baptized in his name. The foundation of our faith must be Jesus Christ! Show more Show less