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Hi I'm James Harward

I do freelance audio and video production, as well as photography. I am a radio dj. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I feel privileged to call myself a husband, and a father. I do freelance work where I utilize photography, video, and audio production. I started learning these skills so I could use them in the music industry. I work with music where I can, but I love helping businesses with their marketing needs. I am a music junky. I love clicking play on the CD player. I love standing on a stage with my guitar. I love broadcasting my music choices over the airwaves as a radio dj.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a natural skeptic in everything. Religious faith does not come easy to me. What I have found is that spiritual experiences do not happen unless I put myself in the situation for them to happen. I need to create the atmosphere for the holy ghost to be felt. The things that help me feel gods love are: reading the scriptures, attending church meetings, praying, serving others, and visiting the temple. So, why am I a Mormon? I have felt the peace of it. It has touched me in a way that I have not felt through anything else I have experienced. As I have tried to live the teaching of the Mormon faith, I have been a witness to what I consider miracles. Other people would maybe try to discredit my experiences, but to me they are something I can not deny. As I have studied the truths taught in the Mormon faith, I feel I have gained a practical perspective on the nature of god and my relationship to him.

How I live my faith

My faith is simple, but strong. At times my work brings me into worldly situations. I choose to use those moments for being an example, and even a missionary. I look at the way Jesus reacted to others, and I try to pattern the way I react in a similar way. He did not condemn, but neither did he condone. He testified, and he loved. President Monson once said, "Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved." So many people feel like they are being judged by LDS members, so I make it my goal to show them love (without condoning sin). I feel that attending sunday worship services is an important part of my spirituality. It gives me the opportunity to recommit my faith, and to associate with others that are doing the same.