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Hi I'm Todd Condie

I grew up in Hurricane UT, I've been through a Major Brain Tumor Operation, I teach seminary, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father of five kids, four boys and one girl. I enjoy running, riding roller coasters, and watching BYU football. I have the most beautiful wife in the world. I am a full time seminary teacher.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and have had a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel for as long as I can remember, however, this testimony was solidified in ninth grade when I attended Education Week at Brigham Young University with my family. I attended a week's worth of spiritual classes that were scheduled all day. Even though I was only a young teen, I felt eating was a burden while I was enjoying such a spiritual feast, and wanted nothing more than to attend classes. A few years later this faith I developed help me endure the trial of a brain tumor which almost took my life, during which time, my whole community united in fasting and prayer in my behalf. I later served a full-time mission for 2 years. My wife and I are so thankful to have the gospel in our lives as we raise our 5 children. We are better parents because of it, and our children are blessed as they grow in faith and live honorable lives as they strive to be like their Savior.

How I live my faith

I currently serve in a bishopbric for young single adults. I love the youth of the church. I have also participated with the Especially For Youth program as a session director and teacher for the past nine years. I have also been involved in pioneer treks involving youth. I am active politically as a state delegate and have done so for the past 8 years.