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Hi I'm Trevor

I'm from Provo, Utah. I work as a project manager for a software company. I love families. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in what most consider a large family--nine kids. I love it. My family (and the religion that strengthens us) is the most important part of my life. The time I spend with them is the most meaningful; it doesn't matter much what we are doing, playing sports, having a picnic, watching a movie, or just chatting. I love people in general. I've always been fascinating with how people interact, how they learn and work together. My time studying at Brigham Young University helped reinforce this interest and I hope to be able to incorporate it into my career, possibly in the fields of human resource or education. In the meantime, I work as a project manager for a software company. I've worked in software development (mostly as a programmer) since 2006. I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to exercise my creativity and to meet the challenges that come with my job. For two years, I served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ in Sweden. This was one of the most meaningful experiences of my life. I spent my childhood looking forward to the opportunity to take the truths that I had learned and lived, the truths that have brought so much joy to my life, and share them with others. My time in Sweden helped me better understand what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ, and it helped me increase my love for God's children.

Why I am a Mormon

I was taught Christian values for as long as I can remember. I learned about the biblical prophets and the lessons they taught. When I was twelve, I read the Book of Mormon. I learned about ancient prophets that had taught God's children on my side of the world. I knew these prophets were as real as Moses and Abraham. They testified of Jesus Christ and explained his gospel in a way I could understand. I learned from them to have faith and trust in Jesus Christ and in the principles he taught. I learned what it meant to repent and I felt peace and joy as I strove to live what I had learned. I felt then, as I have since, the incredible love that God has for his children. I want everyone to feel that! I know God has prophets today, just like He did in the past. He wants all of his children to know who they are; He wants us to be happy, and He knows what will make us happy. Jesus Christ suffered for our sins and has given us an opportunity to escape the sorrow of those sins. If we follow Him and try to live like He lived, we can return to our Heavenly Father after this life and live with Him and with our families forever!

How I live my faith

I serve as a clerk for my church, and I'm happy for the opportunity to contribute. I see so many members of my church sacrificing so much to help other members. This encourages me to do all I can to pitch in. Occasionally I help teach a class or instruct during meetings and I'm grateful for the opportunity to share my love for the gospel. I strongly believe that no matter what assignment we are given in the church, the Lord expects all of us to be disciples and seek out those who need our help. Whenever He makes me aware of someone's need, I try to help where I can. My efforts may be weak and meager, but I think the Lord is happy to see me try.