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Hi I'm Clayton Forbush

I was born in Rexburg, I'm studying Geology because I love dinosaur fossils, I love the outdoors and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Clayton Forbush, I was born in Rexburg . I'm the 5th child out 7 other siblings with one older brother four older sisters and one younger brother and sister. I was raised on a farm, raising cattle, pigs, and chickens. My parents taught me the meaning of hard work and to get anything, you need to work for it. I enjoy listening to instrumental music and have played the piano and clarinet for 5 years. I'm attended Brigham Young University-Idaho as a Geology major. The reason why is I love being outside and cause it gives me a deep appreciation for the world. Some of my hobbies are mountain biking, soccer, and writing.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Church. The principles taught is something I can't imagine not having in my life. The teachings and the members have helped me and strengthened me in some great trials in my life. I know that the Book of Mormon is the word of God, that this is God's church, and the peace and joy I found in it is something that can't be replaced.

How I live my faith

I feel the best way to help my community is by simple service. I found that by doing small acts of service to members helps strengthen the bond I have for them. It lets them know that I care for them and would gladly help them when they were in need of it. We all have trials in our lives and it's hard going through it all alone. I feel that through service helps become more like Christ and want to do good always.

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

Clayton Forbush
Yes they can. Through all that husbands and wives go through together, both joy and sorrow, it doesn't end after life on earth. There's great meaning behind families in God's eyes. Families can bring us the greatest joy and we do believe that we can have that joy together forever. Show more Show less