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Hi I'm Randy Eaves

Raised LDS in Payson, UT. Married a beautiful Idaho girl who gave me 4 awesome kids. We own a global business.

About Me

I was born into an amazing home with 4 brothers and sisters including myself. My father passed away when I was a few months old from a plane crash. My mom remarried when I was 9 years old to a wonderful man who had 4 children as well. They had one child together so we are now a family with 9 children. Everyone in our family has a strong testimony of Jesus Christ and his love for each of us. I served a 2 year mission in Sao Paulo, Brazil for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. A year later I married my eternal companion. She is from Idaho and we now have 4 children and 1 grandchild who mean everything to us. We love to spend time together as a family. We also love to travel and meet new people. We have been blessed throughout our life with an abundance of great examples in every area of our life. We look forward to retiring soon and spending our time serving our children, our church, community and others who don't have what we've been blessed with both spiritually and financially.

Why I am a Mormon

As I have grown up and especially as I have become a husband and a father, I have realized there is a lot more to life (and beyond) than simple personal success and gratification. I learned it is critical to be outward focused. I have always relied on what my parents stressed which is to base decisions on the direction of our Heavenly Father through the Spirit that we can feel as we faithfully keep the commandments. I realized that I could not be an effective husband and father on my own. I need guidance. The gospel of Jesus Christ has played a crucial role in the decisions I make in respect to raising good, respectful, constructive children in our community. Not only do the principles of the Gospel guide me in how I treat people around me, but give me hope of being with my family and those I love after we have passed from this life. I hold dear the gospel of Jesus Christ and my wish is that all that are looking for peace may experience the comfort and blessings that I and my family receive constantly through practicing our faith in Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I attend church weekly in my area. Both my wife and I have callings in our church where we're able to participate in serving others. We say prayers with our family, read scriptures, and spend time together. We've been able to serve in many capacities throughout our marriage. We've spent time with the small children as well as the youth in our church.