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Hi I'm Mark

I grew up in the Southeastern U.S., I'm a printer, I love college football, most of all I love my family and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband, a father of two beautiful girls and a printer by trade. I love sports, especially college football. As a family we love to go crabbing at the beach and to have a low country boil with family and friends.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a Mormon household. My mother and father were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I always had a "Testimony of the MIND" that the Book of Mormon was true. I knew that if God was God he could bring to pass any event or circumstance to accomplish His designs. As I went through life, I came to that point that everyone must come to; I learned for myself by the power and witness of the Holy Ghost that the Book of Mormon is a true witness of the Savior Jesus Christ. Now I have a “Testimony of the HEART”. So why am I a Mormon? Because I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is Christ's true church restored to the earth in these latter days, in preparation for the return of the Savior. Restored with all the priesthood authority and ordinances necessary to bring to pass the salvation of His children.

How I live my faith

First, I live my faith by being the best husband that I can be and the best father that I can be. I care for my ward family by visiting those who need help with any difficulties in life, mentally, spiritualiy, or physically. I care for all of Gods children whether they are members of the LDS church or not. We have been commanded by the Savior to feed his sheep, therefore as my abilities allow, I always strive to pitch in wherever there is a need. I desire to give the best example that I can to all of those around me, as well as emulate the Savior the best that I personally can.