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Hi I'm Steve

I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

About Me

I was born and raised in Utah. I was married to the love of my life in 2000. I have 4 children 2 girls 2 boys. My family is the focus of the majority of my time and attention. I enjoy living among the Wasatch mountains and the many activities they offer. Hiking, skiing, running and camping are some of my favorite hobbies.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of the church first and foremost because I believe in Jesus Christ. I believe that He is the Son of God. I believe that He lived, died and was resurrected. I believe that He suffered for the sins of the world including my personal shortcomings. In Him I find the way, the truth and life. I believe it is Him alone that can lead us back to presence of our Heavenly Father. I have a testimony of the restored gospel that was lost from the earth. I have had the Holy Spirit touch my heart and bear witness to me that the gospel of Jesus Christ was restored to the earth through the prophet Joseph Smith. I Also believe in the fruits of the restoration which include the Book of Mormon, modern day revelation and prophets on the earth today. I am grateful for the eternal perspective that the gospel brings to my life. I find peace and comfort in knowing that family relationships transcend this earthly existence and can be enjoyed in the world to come.

How I live my faith

I strive to look for opportunities to be ever improving. I have discovered through my experiences that the gospel is for imperfect people hoping to become better. The sooner I understood this principle the easier the gospel became to live. The church offers me opportunities to serve others that wouldn't otherwise present themselves. I recognize that because I am blessed by the hand of Lord in countless ways in my life that there is a responsibility to share of those blessings. My hope is that I can do so in my daily interactions.