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Hi I'm Scott

I live in Lehi Utah with my wife and 5 children. I am a chiropractor and outdoor enthusiast. I'm also a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small Wyoming town. I loved it there, but once I chose the profession of Chiropractic, I needed to make sure I located in a larger urban area. I have a great family with a lovely wife, 4 daughters and one son. I spend lots of time at work, home with the family and occasionally will take off to fish or golf.

Why I am a Mormon

I choose to be a Mormon for a few reasons. I was raised in a family where my parents were Mormons. They took me to church at an early age. I went to church as a youth, mainly because my parents went. That is what we did as a family. When I left home to pursue a career I remember thinking to myself, "you now have to choose if you still want to remain active in this faith". I believe that Jesus Christ loves everyone and wants us to be happy. I also believe that He taught us certain principles and gave us rules or commandments to keep. Jesus taught many things. In our church is where we find these teachings. Our greatest happiness can come through obedience to the laws of God, service, and hard work. I guess one more thing that keeps me following with the Mormon faith is that God promises blessing to those that keep his commandments and do what He taught. This does not mean that those that do not attend a church or keep all the commandments are not loved by God. But I do believe that God wants to help and bless us in this life. Some of that help and those blessing are predicated upon our keeping His laws, not always an easy thing.

How I live my faith

I have always felt that being a good person take work. Attributes like honesty, trust, kind, caring, personable, loyal, obedient, and happy are not traits that most people just have automatically. My faith and Church give me direction and guidance to develop these characteristics. It give me pleasure to serve in my Church. I have been fortunate enough to have positions of teaching and training others. I have a lot more to learn, but for now I believe the teaching of my faith have helped me be a better person. I have been able to develop some of those attributes listed above.