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Hi I'm Warren

I grew up in Utah and Idaho. I'm a law enforcement officer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a deputy sheriff and have been in law enforcement for over five years. I am a veteran of the United States Army. When I am not working, I am either in the outdoors hiking or camping or, I am out making photographs of landscapes. I have also started a new photography project to photograph as many LDS temples as I can. I am a husband to a great woman and the father of four outstanding kids.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in a family that has been members of The Church of Jesus Chirst of Latter-day Saints for many generations. I was baptized when I was 8, attended church like I was supposed to, and did what was right. However, I was never a big person on reading the scriptures except while at church meetings. At the age of 19, I decided to go on a mission. I was called to the Brasil Salvador Mission. It was while I was at the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah that I actually gained a true knowledge that the Mormon church was true, that Joseph Smith was a true profit of God, that The Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ, and that Christ lives, has paid for our sins, and has shown us the way to return to our loving Heavenly Father. Upon gaining this testimony of the truth, I knew that I could not deny it and what the Holy Ghost had testified to me concerning the gospel of Jesus Christ. Since that point, I have tried to follow the teachings of Christ and become more Chrsit-like so that when the time comes I can enter into the house of our Heavenly Father with my family.

How I live my faith

At the present time, I work with and teach the youth. I work with the young men in scouting as well. I also teach my family the teachings of Christ and lead them by example, and I apply these same teachings to my own life.