Hi I'm Steve
I'm a husband and a father, and nothing give me more joy than spending time with my family. I love playing sports, and being outdoors. Fishing, fourwheeling, snowmobiling, and boating are some of my favorite things to do. I also love to be creative- whether it's drawing, wood carving, or building, I love to do anything that expresses my more artsy side. I have a dream of becoming a master wood-carver someday.
Why I am a Mormon
I'm a mormon because I know what it is like to be without it, and I have never been happier and more blessed in my life than I have since becoming a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It is an understatement to say that my life has drastically changed since making the decision to be baptized. All the things that I was struggling with or confused about before have been erased, and I now see the truth and clarity of my purpose here on this earth. I'm a Mormon because when I was being taught by the missionaries, they challenged me to pray to know for myself if what they were teaching me was true or not. I felt the spirit testifying to me that it was true. I have never felt the spirit stronger in my life. I know that Joseph Smith is a prophet, and that he restored the true church to the earth. I know that our prophet today, Thomas S. Monson, is the mouthpiece of our Heavenly Father, and that he leads and guides us in what is right. I love being a Mormon and the happiness the gospel has brought to my life. I can't imagine living without it, and I pray that all of you will find the truth for yourselves. Pray about it. Listen to the spirit. You will know too!
How I live my faith
I live my faith by being an example to others. I try my best to be a role-model to my friends, family, and all those I come in contact with. It's not always the easiest thing to do, but I know that it is completely worth it. I currently serve as the Ward Mission Leader, which entails communicating with the missionaries (who serve in our ward) very often throughout the week to make sure their needs are met, so that they are able to put forth their best effort in providing service and teaching others.