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Hi I'm Charlie

I'm an Army veteran, a devoted husband and father, and yes..... I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I live here in Montana and currently am supporting my growing family by working as a commercial truck driver on a dedicated route here in the state. I never really knew that service to others (a key church doctrine) was being engraven into my heart as I served faithfully and honorably for eleven years in the military. After I joined the Church, I realized that my job involves one aspect of service. Aside from that, I'm am newly married to a wonderful woman who has been a member of the Church her whole life. So that's the basic introduction to me.

Why I am a Mormon

I truly believe that this is the Church that Jesus Christ established during His ministry on Earth. Many of the unanswered questions I had throughout my adult life could not be answered directly by any of the churches I once belonged to. The biggest question was posed while I was still single was, "If it all ends at death, then what's the point in getting married?" After researching the Latter Day Saints, discussing at length their beliefs with the Missionaries (as well as other members), and finally sincerely praying to God about it... I realized that the Lord Himself had at last directed me to His church. The best part I love about being a Mormon is that we in no way tear down other faiths at all. In fact, the church leadership supports and encourages understanding and co-operation between our faith and those of other religions! Something I find truely refreashing in a world that these days seems to believe in the opposite.

How I live my faith

The best way I think I live my faith in Jesus Christ is to help others. It is what Jesus Himself devoted His earthly ministry to. I served my country in the Army, and now my wife and I also teach in the children's Sunday School (known to us as Primary). These precious 5-7 year olds are a joy to be around! Their energy and eagerness to learn more about the Savior is just amazing. Their simple faith in the matters of the Gospel leads me to seek a closer relationship with the Lord.

What are Mormon church services like? Are visitors allowed at church meetings? Can I attend church?

Of course visitors are welcome! All are welcome to attend services with us on Sunday, in fact, we encourage it. After all, how can one learn about who we are and what we believe in if one does not attend a service with us? Show more Show less

Do Mormons practice polygamy?

NO. This practice was abolished within the Church in 1893 by President Wilford Woodruff. Since then, no one who is a member of good standing within the Church practices polygamy. Show more Show less