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Hi I'm Jason

I'm a real estate broker, and appraiser. I love learning, the outdoors, snowboarding, dirt bikes, rock climbing and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the father of two little boys, and a husband to a beautiful wife. I have 5 siblings and lots and lots of cousins. I love all things outdoors, including snowboarding, rock climbing, dirt bikes, hiking, camping, kayaking, fishing, mountain biking, swimming, and wake boarding. I also enjoy learning new things and how to build things. I like working with wood and a good game of chess. I am the owner and broker of a real estate brokerage and appraisal firm. I am an active member of the local mountain search and rescue team and enjoy being outdoors and helping people. I am working on my private pilot's license, as well a long list of other projects. I just enjoy living life and making the most of it.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents are Mormon. My grandparents are Mormon. My great grandparents were Mormon. I was raised going to church and attending the local Boy Scout group at our church building. Like everyone I had to learn for myself about the truth of the gospel and things I was being taught. My faith and knowledge about the things I was learning started with a belief in Christ and Heavenly Father. This is a truth that I had just accepted and believed and this knowledge was strengthened by all my future experiences. With the belief and knowledge that God lives and Christ is our redeemer as a base, I exercised a promise made in the Bible about the law of tithing and the windows of heaven being opened. I tried my faith in experimenting with the law as well as other commandments I would read and learn about. As I did, I watched and paid close attention to how the Lord was working in my life. Many of the things I learned were based in biblical teaching as well as The Book of Mormon. I prayed to Heavenly Father to help me know the truth of the book. I read the book many times and each time my belief in this book increased. My belief that the Book of Mormon was a record of God's words to his prophets in the western hemisphere hundreds of years ago became solidified when I served a two year mission for the church in Nevada and Arizona. 24hrs a day 7 days a week sharing with people about what we knew to be true and helping others learn about what and why we believe so strongly. We would invite non-members to come, visit, learn and bring the truth that they had and we would add to it along wiith an invitation to learn for themselves as we did. The culmination of hundred and hundreds of experiences throughout my life has made me a true believer in the Book of Mormon as a true record, and that his church is on the earth in its fullness as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

How I live my faith

I live my faith like a lot of folks, I guess. I try the best I can to follow God's law and love his children. I volunteer my time to teaching the youth of the church on Sundays as well as an assistant Scoutmaster for the local Boy Scout Troop. I live my faith by helping my fellow man in the local search and rescue as well as other various sevice oriented projecst set up by the church. Probably the most rewarding way I live my faith is by contributing to the church's charitable arm. I know that this money is going to people in need and not paying a CEO's salary. I try to help when I see a neighbor moving in or just in need. Just keeping an eye out for ways that I can help is one of the ways I live my faith.

Who are the Mormons?

Mormons are a bunch of folks that want to know and understand God personally. We believe The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is God's church on the earth and we the "Mormons" are just people that want to follow God's law, be good people, and help other people too. We learn from the Bible, Book of Mormon, as well as God's prophets. Show more Show less