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Hi I'm Christian

I was born and raised in the high desert Idaho mountains. I am an Eagle Scout, a willing volunteer, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am, first, a lifelong learner. I teach classes for my local Library, specializing on teaching elementary and middle school students Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math skills that will help them now and for the rest of their life. The outdoors are my home; kayaking, rafting, hiking, and fishing each have a beckoning call with their due answer.

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon because I have received a testimony of the reality of God's restored church in this day. Gaining this testimony wasn't simple, but it wasn't meant to be. I have learned through the hardest times in my life that the most worthwhile things and the things that bring you happiness have certain requirements. We have to live in accordance with certain rules so that we can be made free, otherwise we make decisions that will leave us imprisoned by the pressures of the world. I am Mormon because I have asked and received for myself-- just as you can. I am Mormon because I love my Savior and subsequently seek to follow His commandments and His path. I am a Mormon because I have learned through study, faith, and fervent prayer that it is the true church restored in our day with the proper priesthood authority and covenants that allow me to live with my family not only in this life but in the life to come.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by helping both members and non-members by organizing the collecting, sizing, and delivering of fire wood used by many in my area to heat their homes. There are many widows and elderly couples who either cannot do so for themselves or cannot afford to pay someone to cut and stack their wood. Therefore, we offer our Christ-like love and charity to them by helping them cut, split, and stack their, often times, only means of heat.