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Hi I'm Jeff Scott

I'm a husband, a father, I love college football, volleyball, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a very proud husband and father. I love spending time with my wife and 2 year old little girl. They mean everything to me! I am getting ready to graduate from college after several years of part time school. I work in the financial services industry and am pursuing a CFP certification. I love sports, in particular, Football and volley ball. My wife and I are huge Utah Ute fans and are season ticket holders.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. My parents have always been faithful members of the church and taught me the principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ from my early childhood. As I grew older and started to think more for myself, I had to decide if this was the path I wanted to follow. I always felt a great peace as I studied from the Book of Mormon and the Bible and came to know Jesus Christ as a result. His teachings inspire me and make me want to be a better person. I feel like when I am following Christ's teachings I am a better husband and father, and I am happy. The Book of Mormon is the major reason that I am a mormon. I have read it cover to cover and never fail to be uplifted from its inspired words. Anyone who reads the Book of Mormon with an open and humble heart will come to know, by the way they feel as they read, that it is a true book. Not only have I felt a great peace as I have read the book, but I have felt a great peace as I have prayed about the book. It is true and has blessed my life.

How I live my faith

As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I work with the young men. I try to help them come to know the Savior Jesus Christ through gospel discussions at church and service activities in the community. Being involved with the young men is challenging but fun at the same time because I get to see them grow and develop from little boys into men.