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Hi I'm Jeremiah

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the youngest of 3 children. I have two older sisters. I was born and raised in Hot Arizona. Growing up I played all types of sports, soccer, baseball, basketball, volleyball and football. I enjoy working on old cars and bringing back their original glory! Now days I enjoy watching sports more than playing sports. I love reading books, political thrillers are some of my favorites. I also love going to the movies and watching movies at home. I am a gradute of Arizona State University and love my Sun Devils. I am married to a wonderful woman and have four beautiful children that bring me great joy and occasional headaches! I enjoy going to the mountains and spending time with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it makes me happy. I love knowing that God has a plan for me and that plan is for me to be happy. Life can be crazy at times but Heavenly Father is always there for me. The words that have been taught for so many years from the Bible and Book of Mormon are true. They guide me in my life as I try to become a better person. I am far from perfect but I try to live a good life and follow the teachings of Jesus and his Gospel. I know that God lives and that he loves me. He loves my family and wants us to return to him someday. I am thankful for all the blessings he has given me throughout my life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to do what is right. I try to be honest and truthful in all that I do and in all my interactions with other people. I have had many different responsiblities at church. I have taught different classes and I have enjoyed interacting within my classes. I have learned so much from those I have taught. Currently I work with the young men (teenagers) and with the Boy Scouts in my ward. I try to help them learn how to be good, honorable young men by teaching them about Jesus and his Gospel.