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Hi I'm Stewart

I have a family with four children. I'm a medical resident and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

For me my family comes first. My wife and I married young and had two children by the time we graduated from college. Since then we've added two more little rascals to our brood. Our entire family has worked hard to get through my medical school years and we are enjoying the journey of medical residency. I love animal, the outdoors, doing wood work, ceramics, learning and school, reading great books, and spending time with my crazy little family. The best times of my day are when I come home from work and I am greeted with hugs and kisses from my little kids as they plead for me to jump on the trampoline with them. Life is such a gift and I am grateful for it.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a very faithful LDS/Mormon family. I was taught from any early age to pray, to attend church, to read the scriptures, and to try and be like Jesus Christ. Throughout my chilkdhood I would seek for God's voice to guide my life and asure me of His exsistance and love for me. Time and time again my prayers were answered. At times in grand ways but most often in little tiny personal things I would feel His answers and love. While I served my missions for the Church Of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints (LDS/Mormon church) I saw the Gospel of Christ enter people's lives who were in so much pain and darkness tranformed into joyous and grateful lives. To me the greatest testiment of God and our Saviour Jesus Christ and his atonemment is seeing how it transformes all those who embrace it. The joy that fills their dark voids cannot be manufractured. It is a gift from their Heavenly Father through the power of Christ's atonement. It is the living proof of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saitns.

How I live my faith

My faith is apart of everything I do. It comes through with what my priorities are, how I treat those I work with, and what I seek out for recreation. Beyond that I attend church every Sunday and serve in my local church. We take part in all the fun socilal events and feel a great sence of family with those we see and serve with at church. When anyone is in need we always pull togehter to see them through. My wife and I try to attend the Reno LDS temple often where we are abel to worship God in an espcailly scared and peacful enviroment. There we feel God's love even more. My fatih guides my life and who I am and I know I am a better man because of it. It grants me peace, confidence, and purpose when life throws curve balls my way.