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Hi I'm Adam

I love sports, I'm a businessman, I have 4 beautiful children; I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love life. After obtaining my MBA, I got a job with a top firm doing strategy business consulting. Although my work requires me to travel quite often, I have not lost focus on what really matters... God, and my family. I have a very dedicated and beautiful wife, along with 4 beautiful children. They mean everything to me. We look to spend as much time together as possible (including countless hours at baseball, basketball, and soccer games!) I played football and baseball through college, and love that my 2 boys are developing a love for sports as well.

Why I am a Mormon

I find a specific and significant peace when I know I am following God's plan for me. Peace is something people spend generations seeking for, and I am grateful to feel God's peace love often in my life. I have come to a personal knowledge that God lives; He loves me, He knows me and my family, and I have felt His guiding hands many times in my life. Through scripture study and asking through prayer, I know Jesus Christ has restored His church to the earth... the SAME church He established when He walked the streets of Jerusalem many years ago. Ultimately, I have found that my family and I are happier and experience true and lasting peace when we live our lives in accordance to Christ's gospel. I can not deny that!

How I live my faith

People from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are often called "peculiar" due to their chosen lifestyle... I don't disagree! My work life is very busy. I frequently travel, meet with boards and officers from some of the largest corporations in the world, and attend many corporate social events. As a member of my faith, I have made the decision to not drink alcohol or partake of other drugs, and to live my life in a fairly simple and clean way. Doing so can sometimes make me stick out in a crowd. As the general morals of the world continue to decline, people who choose to live their lives the way I do (of any faith) will be more and more an anomaly and will be even more "peculiar." I am grateful to have an ever-steady path created by my Savior; of whom I trust to direct my life infinitely more than I trust the generally accepted morals of a population!