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Hi I'm Jason Weaver

I'm a lucky husband, father, Internet Marketer and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've always liked computers, expecially video games. I remember when my dad, a computer programmer brought home an Atari. I played and played that thing. I guess it was only natural I would end up doing something on the computer for a living. In college my professor Kent Lundin introduced me to the concept of Internet Marketing. I made a website selling HDMI cables with free shipping. From there I was hooked. Now I help people get garage makeover leads for a living as an Internet Marketer. My wife and I both graduated from BYU-I. We now live here in Rexburg with our 2 children.

Why I am a Mormon

I really do know Jesus wants us to become our very best along with our families. He calls us all to his path. It's up to us to decide how much we will accept of his teachings. And in turn how much we will live his teachings. He will help us become the very best we are willing to be. I too echo the words come and see for yourself. Will you let the seed of faith grow or wither like in the story of the 4 seeds and the sower. The only difference in that story is the soil. You control the soil of your sole and how deep you will let the seed grow. The seed is the same. So I say come and see, come and see!

How I live my faith

Mormonism isn't the path of least resistance. It's a religion that requires our all. In return we are promised we can become our very best self. It's a path of refinement. As we lose ourselves in the service of others we find ourselves. Did Job or Jesus have it easy? No they didn't. But they did have the Lords help and both persevered despite opposition. We need God more in our lives and in the lives of our family more than we know. The things we do in the church like attend 3 hours of service on Sunday or paying 10% in tithing just don't make sense unless we see through the lense of time. We receive no witness until after the trial of our faith. If anyone will do God's will he will know through a witness it's right.