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Hi I'm Justin

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was baptized into the church on my 19th birthday. I have been married for 15 years to the most wonderful woman in the world. I have two great children and another on the way. I have a degree in biology and chemistry. I taught high school science for 5 years. During that time I coached football and softball. I went back to dental school after teaching and now have another fantastic job. I love mountain biking, snowboarding, fishing, rafting, and hiking with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

Easy, because I love my family and I know they love me. Our Heavenly Father's plan allows us to be together forever. I know where I come from and I know where I'm going. The gospel provides the instruction and guidence to bring peace and happiness to my life. I am a convert to the church and grew up with no religion at all. I always wondered about God but was never taught about him. In high school I became very curious about relegion and God. I suaght out the advise from friends and seminary teachers. I met a wonderful girl that was a member of the church and her family took me in and started teaching the gospel. Eventually the missionaries taught me the disscusions and I was baptised by one of my good high school friends on my 19th birthday. I love the stories of the Book of Mormon and feel that it was written for us and our time. It is amazing how the prophets knew what we would be going through during our life and the instructions that help us along the way.

How I live my faith

I am a leader in the Cub Scout organization. I also help my wife who is the President over our ward's childern age 18months to 12 years old. I home teach two families and provide service to numerous families moving in and out of the ward. I provide dental care to those in need and help our young men and women organizations by giving donations and service. I pay my tithing, study the Book of Mormon and attend all of my Sunday meetings.