Hi I'm Robert
I'm a disabled/retired physician who now teaches. I am a Mormon
I am in my late fifties and did not find the church until just a couple of years ago. I teach at a nursing school now but used to practice medicine. I am disabled today from a movement disorder but still keep going. I was raised Presbyterian but wandered far and wide even leaving Christianity before finding the church. I read a great deal, enjoy camping and backpacking as well. My life is not limited just because I have limits.
Why I am a Mormon
No other Christian (or other) church has provided intelligent answers for the existence of a deity with the shape the world is in today. No other Christian church has been able to answer what happens to those unfortunate enough to live and die after Jesus but unaware of His existence. Finally because after reading the Book of Mormon, discussing the church with the missionaries and other well educated members, after much prayer and meditation It is quite clear to me that this is the most correct church on the earth today!
How I live my faith
I teach young men and women seeking to improve their careers in nursing. I try daily to show my love and admiration for them as they struggle to combine work, family and improving their own skills in the workplace. Private;y I talk about their families and their dreams. I try to remember my Savior's love for all his brothers and sisters and His tender concern for their well being. In my ward I am a teacher also in an adult men's class as we share our understanding of our Lord and our duties on earth. When callings are there if I can, I do.