My name is Scott Wilkins. From July 2010 to August 2012, I served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Montana and Wyoming. The towns I served, from first to last, were in Wyoming: Lander, Dubois, Shoshoni, and Riverton, and in Montana: Bozeman, Chinook, Malta, Columbia Falls, Frenchtown, Superior, Poplar, Plentywood, Scobey, and Billings.
A little about me personally: I was born and raised in Wisconsin to LDS parents who raised me in the Church. During my high school years my family moved around a bit. We lived in Idaho for a couple of years before finally settling down in Utah, something I never thought would actually happen. I’ve grown to love and appreciate Utah though.
I’m certainly not a perfect teacher, and I honestly don’t view myself as being good with words, written or spoken. But hopefully the Spirit can work with these words (my blog posts) and you, the reader, may come to feel and understand the truth of the message that is shared. I can testify to you that the message of the Restoration of Christ’s gospel is the most important information you will ever receive in your life. It’s a matter of eternal significance.
I also have a profile on mormon.org.
Thanks for reading. ^_^