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Hi I'm Tim

I work at a dairy. I have a wonderful wife and family. I love football. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I married my high school girlfriend and later became sealed in the temple. We have 3 amazing children. I love watching football and playing video games. Going on trips with the family, and hunting animals such as deer and elk. I work at a dairy in phoenix, and enjoy the everyday challenges that entails. I plan on finishing my college degree while working, and hope to move into an engineering field in the future.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up going to other churches as a child then not going at all in my teenage years. I felt like a spiritual person but was not currently active in any church. When I was older, I spoke with some missionaries and became a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints through baptism. Since that day my life has been filled with more happiness than I deserve and I have a completely different outlook on life. We currently attend church every Sunday as a family. It excites me to have my children remind me to read scriptures to them and their overall joy they have for things related to church. I think in a society like today's that having a strong spiritual back ground is a necessity to remaining married and family focused. Some strong points that my church teaches.

How I live my faith

I am currently a cub scout leader in my churches scout program. this calling will allow me to get to know the youth of my church and provide them with leadership and teach them cool stuff like how to make a fast pinewood derby car! I have held previous callings such as a teacher of the children's Sunday school in which i taught the children lessons on the importance or prayer and reading scriptures. I currently have 4 differently family's that i meet with at their home once a month to share stories with and build a friendship with. I also help them with any needs they may have for their family or church questions. This is also another way in which i remember to take care of my responsibilities as a father in my own family. These families also teach me things that i would not otherwise think about as we visit with one another.