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Hi I'm Greg

I grew up in Bartlett,Tennessee. I love good food and good music. I'm an accountant. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. I grew up in Bartlett, Tennessee. I love to play the drums. I met my wife while we were in high school. She and I we were married in 2003. We have three awesome little girls that we love to watch laugh, play, and learn. I received a master of science in accountancy. A friend introduced me to the message of the restored gospel. I was baptized and confirmed a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on August 17, 1997.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because a friend shared the message of the restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with me. I have prayed to ask God if this message is true. I have received confirmation from God through the power of the Holy Ghost that it is. I am forever grateful to my mom who raised me in the Christian faith. As an infant, I was baptized in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. My mom taught me the Lord's Prayer, the Nicene Creed, the Ten Commandments, the stories of the Bible, and the importance of going to church. But, as a child, I remember wondering why there were so many different Christian denominations. My parents divorced when I was eight. Afterwards, I lived with my dad and did not go to church for years (my dad is amazing; he just didn't go to church). In the fifth grade I met Reed Garrett. Sometime shortly before high school, Reed invited me to attend church with his family. I had never heard of Mormons or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but I was excited to go and accepted the invitation. I began attending church with Reed's family weekly and eventually met with the full-time missionaries to learn more about the teachings of the Church. They invited me to pray and ask God if the things I was learing were true. For months I pondered and prayed seriously over what I had been taught and began to realize that joining the Church would greatly change the relationships I had with my family. I was becoming more and more aware of the wide range of opinions people had about the Church. One night I will never forget, as I knelt beside my bed, I began to express to God the desire I had to learn directly from Him what was right and what I should do. As I prayed a feeling came to me like I had never before experienced. I didn't hear any words, but I knew that He was speaking to me! All the confusion I had was gone and I knew very clearly that I should join The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I was baptized on August 17, 1997.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by praying to God, studying the scriptures regularly, and attending church meetings. I live my faith by working with my wife to teach our three daughters the importance of develping good habits and making wise decisions on their own. I love to share with others what our Father has so freely shared with me.