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Hi I'm A. Scott Ramboz

I grew up in Utah. Graduated from High School. Pursuing a degree in the field of Civil Engineering. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated from Sky View High School in Smithfield, Utah and attended one year of college at Utah State University in Logan, Utah with a focus in Civil Engineering. My hobbies include photography, planning and creating virtual environments, and being with my family and friends.

Why I am a Mormon

I love Jesus Christ. He is my best friend whom I can rely on when times are hard. He lifts me up when I am down, and comforts me when I feel alone. The Gospel of Jesus Christ brings personal peace, as well as joy to all. I know that He is there. Pray unto him, He wants to help.

How I live my faith

I recognize that life is not easy. My interests center around helping and assisting other people; to lighten their burdens, and put a smile on their faith. when they recognize that my acts of service are not for money, or for personal gain, but out of love, then I feel like I'm living my faith. Jesus Christ is the perfect example of this type of behavior. As He went out proclaiming the Gospel, He would assist those who came across His path. He blessed the lives of others, and I feel like we are to do the same. Charity is known as the "pure love of Christ" (Book of Mormon, Moroni 7:47). This love is felt through the hearts of others, as well as ourselves.

What do Mormons believe happens to us after we die? What do Mormons believe about life after death?

A. Scott Ramboz
A question that will eventually come across the mind of every man and woman is "what happens to us after we die?" It is very comforting to know that our Heavenly Father does love each and every one of us. He wants us to return back to Him and be reunited as a family. When we experience death, our physical body stays here on earth, while our Spirit continues on, and goes on to a spirit world. This realm is where we will continue to learn and grow, being reunited with loved ones. Because of Jesus Christ and His Atonement, we all will all be resurrected. Resurrection is when our spirits are reunited with our bodies to never be separated again. Show more Show less

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

A. Scott Ramboz
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are not required to serve missions, but it is highly recommended. Both young men and young women can begin their service prior to high school (or equivalent education) and go out serving the Lord in proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all. All we do in the church follows the example set by the Savior. Jesus Christ commanded:“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations” (Matthew 28:19). King Benjamin in the Book of Mormon tells us "when ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God." (Book of Mormon, Mosiah 2:17) As we go forth dedicating a portion of our time to serving the Lord and those we love, we draw nearer to the Savior. Show more Show less