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Hi I'm Forrest

I am an attorney in Bellevue, Washington. I have a beautiful wife and two wonderful boys. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm an attorney in Bellevue Washington working many areas concerning land use and property rights. I played college football and rugby, served a mission in South Africa and have a wonderful wife and two wonderful boys. I enjoy music, reading, traveling, gaming and building computers. I'm working on getting another degree, an MBA, and also plan on attaining a private pilots licence in the next few years.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that the Church is true. I do not make this assertion lightly, as I have personally prayed and received a confirmation of this truth. I feel the Spirit of our Father in Heaven whenever I think and ponder on the principles of this Church. I feel the love and sustaining fellowship of the Church's members. I recognize the hand of God in my life daily and ascribe all that I am and all that I have been given, to Him. Ultimately, I know that it has been through the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints that I have been empowered to recognize and be worthy of these blessings in my life. The Church provides direction and valuable answers in my life that I have found no where else in my life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith though my family by striving to be the father and husband my Heavenly Father wants me to be. I strive also to be an example to my sons in the way that I treat others and the way I conduct myself in around others. I seek to render service both within the Church and within my community, as a way to give back where much has been given to me. Finally, I am always willing to talk with anyone who wants to know about my faith and seek to share my testimony with all those who are honestly seeking the truth.