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Hi I'm Jared

I was born and raised in Cache Valley Utah, and I live there now with my Wife and two kids.

About Me

I'm an Engineer at a local company. I enjoy winter sports and going up into the hills. Some hobbies include: dirt biking, 4x4ing, snowmobiling, snowboarding etc. I'm a father of a cute little 3 year old girl and 1 year old boy. I love coming home and giving my Wife and kids a big hug!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a mormon cause I know the church is true. I was born a mormon and I remain a mormom because God has blessed my life so very much. I'm grateful for what He's done for me and I hope that others can realize that He is our Father and He loves us and cares about us.

How I live my faith

I serve in the church with the men that are generally 19 thru 45ish. I keep track of who is there on Sunday in our group meetings. Also each month I attempt to make it out to visit 4 wonderful families. Some are active members and some are not, but each are great to let me in and share the gospel of Christ. Each Sunday we go to church as a family and it helps my Wife and I grow closer together and learn of Christ.

What will the Mormon missionaries talk about when they visit my home?

Jared
As a missionary we would ask people to follow the example of Jesus Christ and be baptized (after a few other points of discussion). This caught people off guard, but it really shouldn't surprise anyone. What is the natural thing to do when you decide to repent and follow Christ: you commit to follow his commandments and this is shown and done through the covenant/ordinance of baptism. We all need to repent and we can all commit to do a little better to follow Christ, therefore this question is a natural fit for all who hear the message from the representatives of Jesus Christ. Of coarse this is all done in due time according to the individuals needs, but the idea/concept of baptism was always brought up in either the first or second visit. Show more Show less