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Hi I'm Adam

I was born in the US, married a Bulgarian, father of two with one on the way, computer enthusiast, MBA, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a serial career hopper. I studied Psychology, worked in IT, went back to school for my MBA, and now I work as a supply chain planner. I met my wife in Bulgaria while serving an LDS mission, but we didn't actually connect until 10 years later. I made the decision to move there where we were married and lived for two and a half years until we decided to go back to school. My first daughter was born there. My second was born in the States. They are the light of my life and we're expecting a third. I'm a computer enthusiast, which is to say I love building and networking computers. My love of technology led me to Geocaching, which is a GPS-enabled sport that our whole family does together. I've been involved in Boy Scouts as a leader, and several charitable causes, including helping adopted children from Bulgaria to acclimatize in the US.

Why I am a Mormon

The gospel of Jesus Christ gives me hope and direction to be a better person. I'm a curious person by nature and the Church gives me not only answers to some of the basic questions I have about life, but direction and a surety that I can find my own answers. It also gives me a solid bedrock of immutable values that I know won't change with every fad and fashion of society - values that I can feel confident teaching my children. The Church's teachings about the eternal nature of the family help to focus me and give me perspective - something that is all too easy to lose in our fast-paced world.

How I live my faith

I have served in many capacities. I love the fact that sometimes I'm the teacher and sometimes I'm the student because everyone has something to contribute to my understanding, just as I have something to contribute. Currently I serve as an assistant to the leader of the men in our area. I help to coordinate their service efforts, plan their teaching, and occasionally teach lessons myself. I love working with them and watching them grow as fathers and husbands, and learning from them to be a better father and husband myself.