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Hi I'm Adam N.

I'm a Family Man, Homebody & Recovering Addict. And... I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am blessed to be the Dad of 3 of the choicest spirits of our Heavenly Father. All of whom were adopted through the Foster Care system. I love being a Dad. I am a Son of God! I am a Nerd! I am also a Recovering Addict of pornography and sexual sins.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the LDS church, and I always believed that the church was true, but it wasn't until I was 17 when I decided I needed to learn for myself if The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is the true church of God on the Earth today. I read the Book of Mormon. And before I finished I felt deep in my heart that it was true. I prayed to have a confirmation of this feeling and I God answered me. The Gospel of Jesus Christ, as taught by the prophets throughout all of written history, brings me a peace that I've not found anywhere else. No other doctrine or philosophy, from any other organization I've come across, has given me the peace deep in my soul that I obtain by living the principles of the Gospel found in the LDS church. I know that Joseph Smith was a true prophet of God and that he was commanded to restore the Church of God, translated the Book of Mormon by the power and spirit of God and through messengers from Heaven restored the Priesthood which is the authority to act in God's name on the Earth. I also know that all of the programs established by the LDS Church are inspired of God. Foremost for me is the LDS Addiction Recovery Program. As an Recovering Addict, I know that as we "Come unto Christ" we are healed from the pains and sorrows of the world. And I know of no better way to Come unto Christ than by living the teachings of the Gospel.

How I live my faith

I was raised in a good home where the Gospel of Jesus Christ was taught and lived. But, it wasn't until I began my journey of recovery through the LDS Addiction Recovery Program that I truly began to understand the Atonement of Jesus Christ and how important it was in my life. Prior to my journey to recovery, Christ and the Atonement were vague concepts that applied after my mortal life was over. Now I understand that the Atonement, Christ's suffering and sacrifice, are to be accessed each and every day through prayer, scripture study and daily repentence. Additionally, through the process of recovery and many, many hours of professional therapy, I now believe and know that I, me, Adam, is a precious Son of God and I am worth saving.