10 Apr 2008
"Occasionally we find some who become so energetic in their Church service that their lives become unbalanced. They start believing that the programs they administer are more important than the people they serve. They complicate their service with needless frills and embellishments that occupy too much time, cost too much money, and sap too much energy. They refuse to delegate or to allow others to grow in their respective responsibilities. "As a result of their focusing too much time and energy on their Church service, eternal family relationships can deteriorate. Employment performance can suffer. This is not healthy, spiritually or otherwise. While there may be times when our Church callings require more intense effort and unusual focus, we need to strive to keep things in proper balance. We should never allow our service to replace the attention needed by other important priorities in our lives."
Topic: family, service  Reference: (M. Russell Ballard, "O Be Wise," Ensign, Nov. 2006, 18)
Info
The information on this page reflects my experience as a computer programmer. It is purposely not laid out in a fashion resembling a resume. However if this information leads one to believe that my skills may be useful to them, then I invite that person to contact me.

Goals

My goals are varied. For school, I'd like to at least attain my Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science. I'm not really certain about which school I'd like to go to, but for now it looks like it's going to be Weber State University. For work, I'd like to be a software engineer and at some point program video games for a living, though the video game part isn't as important. On my spiritual side, I'd like to become a spiritual giant.