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Hi I'm Frank

I'm a Mormon. I'm also native American. I have found true happiness.

About Me

I was born on an Indian reservation in N. Dakota to a lakota sioux mother. I and my two sisters were raised on the gulf coast of northwest Fl. where we still reside today. My mother, myself, and twin sister were baptised into the church in 1980. My family was not active ever. I kept the truth protected until it blossomed some 30 yrs later. I am now in the act of saving my family as well as myself. At times it's a daunting task, but the Father is blessing me inorder to accomplish the task. I am happier than I have ever been in my life. My parents are both gone but I intend to honor them by saving our family.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of the grace of God by giving me the ability to see the truth in the world. I am a Mormon because this church is the only one able to answer all my questions and make perfect sense of the world. I am a Mormon because it was my destiny to be one( I know my shephard's voice and he know's mine). I am a Mormon because there's nothing else that compares to the happiness that one finds when following the teachings of the church.

How I live my faith

pray always lest ye enter into temptation; have faith and hope and charity; honor the sabbath and keep it holy; do unto others as you would have them do unto you; tell others as much of the truths as possible or sound the trump in other words; always put yourself last, be humble; study all scriptures, learn to love reading; listen to and watch peaceful things, surround yourself with peaceful things and people; listen for the promptings of the spirit which is always speaking to you and you will be safe

What is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' attitude regarding homosexuality and same sex marriage?

Frank
The church's attitude on homosexuality is basically love the sinner, hate the sin. Despite society's belief, homosexuality is a very greivous sin because it degrades the spirit and leads to a life of emptiness and loneliness. Also, it misuses the power of procreation and openly disobeys the commandment not to engage in such behavior. I have special insight into this subject because I was guilty of this behavior all of my young adult life. I now suffer the after effects, but, I am clean of this part of my life and have found a new happiness in following the savior and his prophets teachings. I urge all to do the same. Show more Show less