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Hi I'm Adam Miller

I'm a husband. I play professional baseball. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband of two years. My wife and I would agree that we don't have a perfect marriage but we strive to make it the best we can. Communication and compromise has helped us have a fantastic first two years of marriage. I am also a professional baseball player. I played college baseball for three years then was lucky enough to get the opportunity to play professional baseball in the Diamondbacks Organization. Even though I have a goal of making it to the big leagues and fulfilling a childhood dream, that goal of mine comes third on my list of priorities behind being a Mormon and a husband.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of the happiness it brings me and the opportunity I have to live with my wife and family for eternity. Having the opportunity to live with my wife and family forever puts a smile on my face. I am a Mormon because I enjoy waking up each morning with a purpose in my life. With the knowledge that each little decision I make essentially effects me forever, I wake up a little different each morning. I am Mormon because in a world that is struggling to maintain grasp on morals and standards, I know where I can stand to be safe. I am a Mormon because of the Sacrifice Christ made for me. I know I can most fully respect the Sacrifice that He made by following the steps of repentance. I am a Mormon because of the emphasis put on my personal relationship with God. I enjoy knowing that I have my parents here on earth as well as a God who both care so much for me and want the best for me in life. I am a Mormon because I know it is the true church of Christ on the earth.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith by my example. I'm obviously not perfect but I like to think that I am living in such a way that people notice something different about me. If people notice something different about me it means I'm doing something right. I also try to live my faith by being open to discussion and questions about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I always welcome questions regarding the Gospel and Christ and how they have blessed my life. There aren't many things greater than sharing the best news around with others.