My name is David Edward Oliver and I have lived complicated; but largely uneventful life. I was born at very early age. I was raised Baptist; but I did not commit to Jesus Christ until I was 18 years old and was Baptized. After High School I went to NOVA (Northern Virginia Community College) and transfer to Liberty University. While in college I would be diagnosed with mental illness and was put on medication. I would flunk out at Liberty; but I would later complete my degree using Distance Learning Program. I was able to secure job with Giant Food and worked for ten years until my mental illness prevented me from keeping it. I lost my job and got into debt and had to declare bankruptcy. I currently live with my parents were I had major crisis of faith. I was briefly involved with LDS Church but I lost interest. I would later become familiar with Community of Christ (RLDS) which shared many of my protestant beliefs. I found many LDS doctrine to be foreign to me and Holy Bible; but Community of Christ seemed more open and freedom to think and question myself and church. I would later be confirmed member; but I was not required to be rebaptized which made me feel better because I was Baptized right first time. Most Christians I know were very supportive of me and my toils and tears. I feel like I am hundred years old. I am not in very good health and my lack of motivation has caused me to gain over 50 pounds. I also become addicted to energy drinks thinking they were increase my motivation; but it realty it made me sick and hyperactive. I currently live with me parents and living next door to my sister and her family. I enjoy reading History & Biographies and Nature Shows. I have rather large personally library with mostly History, Science and Biographies. They say reading History is cure for most mental illness because it shows sheer stupidity of mankind and it follies and failures. In other words it makes he feel better seeing famous people do stupid things all while thinking they were righteous. I admit that I am not very good example of how Christian should live and I don't mention my Faith in public NOT because I am ashamed of Jesus Christ; but rather I ashamed of myself and how I turned out. I think my purpose in Life is to serve a warning to others about what not to do. I am still alive and Jesus Christ is my personal Lord ad Savior. Things could be better but they could also be plenty worse. I find comfort in my family and few friends I have. I think if Jesus Christ were to return today he would slap crap put of me telling me to get a life. I have many regrets but I would not change anything. My past has made me what I am today and without it I would be nothing. So right or wrong this is my life so far. Be patient because God is not finished with me yet. At least I hope not. Amen,"