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Hi I'm Chaz

I love everything about cars. I'm the youngest in a family of 6 and if asked, I'd say I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Well! I'm just your average Joe I guess! I like hangin' out with my amigos and doing things on a whim. I'm super into cars and always have been! If you like having a good time then we should be friends! In my spare time you might find me under the hood of a car, playing some sport with some friends, or just relaxin' like I do so well! I'm half Canadian and was born in Washington state before moving to Oregon, and ultimately to Utah. I sold cars for a living before serving a mission and Intend to work, somehow, with cars for a career hereafter.

Why I am a Mormon

At first, because I was raised in a Mormon family; Just like many others from a young age I accepted the faith of my parents. For me, it was something that "you didn't know you had until it was gone." For a time, I had a hard time understanding the importance of Church on Sunday or even as a whole so I would come up with excuses or make myself busy so that I couldn't participate. It didn't take long for me to return. There was a physical difference when I wasn't doing as the Lord had commanded. This led me to study & pray personally to find out why knowing the Church was true was important. This is how I gained my testimony. This is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I grew up a member of the LDS faith and, like many others, eventually found out for myself its truthfulness! I love being an active member and the joy it brings is just another reason to keep going! Currently, (Aug 2012 - 2014) I am serving a mission for 2 years! The Gospel of Jesus Christ is simply something that I would like everybody I can share it with to know about and experience! Prior to serving the Lord as a full-time missionary I served by fulfilling my callings within the Church. By doing your part in the Church, as small as it may seem at times, it is important and without you the Church couldn't be.