The next in our series of “I’m a Mormon” video intros is Jeremy Jones, a Mormon professional U.S. snowboarder who might challenge one’s stereotypical view of what an active Mormon looks, sounds, and acts like. His story reminds us that Mormons come in all shapes and sizes (and attitudes) … and that being Mormon does not mean you have to live a stifled, closed-minded, or boring life. On the contrary.
Jeremy is a great example of someone living life to the fullest, sucking the marrow out of it, in fact, and loving his family, his work, and his faith at the same time. He says and his life shows that his family and his faith are his spiritual backbone: it’s apparent in how he lives his life.
If you read this, Jeremy, we’re proud of your accomplishments and also your example. Keep up the great work and congratulations.
Fly high, brother.
Patrick Laing – Portland, Oregon USA
Click Below to watch Jeremy’s “I’m a Mormon” video:
Click Here to watch one of “Brother Jones'” highlight reels from Burton Snowboards: