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Hi I'm Chad K

I'm an Internet marketer. I have two young sons and a beautiful wife. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Trying to slow down when life keeps hurrying up. I'm a father of two young boys who keep my awesome wife and me crazy busy. My wife and I went to college together and even graduated on the same day. Walking in together at the graduation ceremony is a great memory. I grew up in a big family, the youngest of seven. Basketball was a big part of our family's life. When my older brother was in 4th grade he was was killed in car accident. A couple years before that my parents had divorced. It seemed like turmoil was the norm during my early childhood. Looking back, my mother's life was nothing short of heroic...raising seven kids as a single mom and then continuing on as the rock of our family after suddenly losing her nine year old son. After college my wife and I started our family as I started a career in Digital Media. Always trying to balance the demands of family and career.

Why I am a Mormon

This is a Church that teaches that where much is given, much is required. I have been given much by having the gospel of Jesus Christ in my life: the knowledge of how to achieve eternal life with my family, perspective to get through trials in this life and joy from living the teachings of the Savior. This is a lot to receive and there is much required in return. I wouldn't spend my energy, my time and in essence, my life, pursuing something false. I am a Mormon because I know my church is the church of Jesus Christ, literally. That knowledge has come as the result of real answers to sincere prayers. I am grateful for it.

How I live my faith

I try to put the teachings of Jesus into action in my life by fulfilling an assignment to work with 11 year old boy scouts. I see it as an opportunity to be a positive influence in these boys' lives. Mostly, though, I live my faith by trying to be a good husband and father. I try to show love and respect to my wife and sons.