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Hi I'm Clint

I'm a techno junkie. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband and father of one. I have a degree in Electrical Engineering and Spanish. I am always trying to learn about new technologies and how to become even more awesome. I am an aspiring actor.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church. My mother was Catholic before she became a member. My father was in and out of the church until a few years before he met my mother when he became a strong member. I was fortunate to be born to parents with such strong testimonies in the church. I relied on their testimonies until I was 14. When I was a Freshman in High School I was blest with a seminary teacher who was truly a missionary. He gave me the challenge to find out myself that the church was true. After reading the whole Book of Mormon for the first time, I finally prayed to find out the truth. The spiritual confirmation that I received was undeniable. It was at that point that I gained my own testimony of the gospel. My mission, marriage in the temple, and other activities in the church have only helped to strengthen that testimony. Heavenly Father has always been mindful of me and has protected me in times of need. The peace and comfort that comes from knowing the plan of happiness is like no other, and understanding Jesus's eternal role as our Lord and Savior in that plan makes all the difference.

How I live my faith

Because we have no paid clergymen, all of the church members get the opportunity to participate in various responsibilities in the church. I have participated in various callings in the church and I know that Heavenly Father guides that church on a daily basis. I have great honor of teaching sunday school to the 9-10 year olds in my local congregation. This year they are learning about the New Testament. Presenting the lessons contained in the New Testament in a way that is engaging and inviting for their participation is a challenge, but it is ever so rewarding when you can see that they understand the concepts presented.