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Hi I'm Logan

I was born in Indiana and grew up here. I am married. I love motorcycles. I am studying to be an Engineer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love motorcycles! I have a 1981 Kawasaki KZ 550C and a 2002 Suzuki Intruder. I love riding and have ridden my Kawasaki to California and back. I am studying Mechanical Engineering in college and love do to the metal working part of it. I have also worked part time driving a forklift for a trucking company and now I work with a company in which I will program robotic arms to put thermal coatings on aircraft parts. I love to spend time with my wife and son.We look forward to expanding our little family in the future. I love to dance line dances and the East Coast Swing. Dancing with my wife has made our marriage blossom even greater.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born to parents who were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I chose to be baptized when I turned 8 years old. Up to that point in my life I felt safe and accepted at church. I understood the basic prinicples of faith, repentance and being baptized by the proper Priesthood authority. I think I really gained my testimony of the gospel when I became a Priesthood holder. My father served a two year mission for the church teaching the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and I knew that I wanted to little after I received the Aaronic Priesthood at the age of 12. I have always wanted to be at church on Sundays to get the spiritual reinforcement to go throughout life. I attended Seminary all through high school, basically a scripture study class every morning before school. My testimony grew immensely during this time in my life. I had the opportunity to baptize my two adopted brothers when I became a Priest in the Aaronic Priesthood at the age of 16. I served a two year mission as well and would not trade the experience for anything. The gospel of Jesus Christ brings families together like none other organization I have seen. Just as I am sealed to my parents and siblings in the temple forever I have been sealed to my wife for time and all eternity. The children we have will be sealed to us as well. Being sealed to my parents and my future children being sealed to my wife and I will keep our family together in the eternities. I would have to say that having the proper Priesthood authority on the earth today is the foundation of my testimony. The men that hold the Priesthood are definitely not perfect beings but they are working just as hard as we are to earn being in the presents of our Heavenly Father some day.

How I live my faith

I live my faith the very best I know how. I am currently called to work with the young men in our congregation. I work inparticularly with the 14 and 15 year old boys. I help them conduct and execute their own program. This helps them to learn leadership skills and so forth. A very large part of the young mens program is Boy Scouting. I am an Eagle Scout so I recognize the importance of completing merit badges and other requirements. We go on campouts, build fires and cook food along with many other things. I am called as a hometeacher as well. My companion and I look after 4 families in the ward. We try to give them spiritual encouragement and serve them whenever possible. I am not perfect at it by any means but it helps those families so much that it can't be measured sometimes. I don't work on Sundays because I try to keep the Sabbath day holy to remember our Savior and Heavenly Father and all they have done for us. I have stayed strict on this and hope to never take a job that will require it. If it does require it the job must not be for me. That might not be how it is for everyone but the gospel still pushes to save all labor for the other days of the week.