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Hi I'm Scott Bynum

I live in Atlanta, Ga. I am a business owner, plumber, father, husband, son, and I am Mormon.

About Me

My name is Scott Bynum, and I live in Atlanta, Ga. I have a family plumbing business which I run with my father and brother. The best thing about having a business is to be able to offer jobs to people. We are more than just a business, we are all a family. I have people who have been with me for years, and I take great pride in that. To be involved in others lives is a blessing. I am a father of Three daughters, the youngest is a senior this year. I am also the step father of another daughter and son, and he is a senior this year as well. I am very proud of my family. I am a very lucky man to have the wife that I do. She is my sanity to the crazy times we live in. She is beautiful, bright, smart ( way smarter than me ) fun, spiritual, and loves for who and what I am, and can become. She is my rock.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a mormon all my life. If someone were to ask me why I am a mormon, I would have to say because it makes sense to me. I have had religious discussions with others and it seems to leave your with more questions than answers. With this church, this religion, it seems to fill in those gaps, connects doctrine with a bridge to connect the void to the foundation on the other side. There are few questions about this life or the life to come that is not answered by the gospel.

How I live my faith

I live my faith day by day. That is all any of us can do. You strive to be an example to all around you, wether you are at home, work , or play. I serve in my ward or congregation with the men of the ward called Elders. We render service to all the families in the ward, ALL. Through home teaching we are able to see for the physical and spiritual of our families. My schedule is always full, but I strive to always find time for my family and my church work.