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Hi I'm Paul Moore

I'm a Mormon. I'm a Serial Entrepreneur, Graphic Designer, Motivational Speaker, and have lost 90 lbs.

About Me

Born and raised in Pennsylvania. Went to college at Souther Virginia University. Served a 2-year mission in New Jersey. All through my life I've had 3 passions. 1) Teaching 2) Creating 3) God I've always had a deep love for teaching. So much so that I moved to Utah to teach Seminary for the LDS church. I did so for a couple of years, but soon realized that teaching in that way wouldn't make the cut in sustaining my personal happiness. So I asked my self how could I teach others about God and still be creative? Finding the answer to this question has been a journey with many twists and turns. My whole life I have been an entrepreneur. As a kid I bought and sold Pokemon cards, in high school I built a thriving DJ business, and since my mission I've helped build a sports accessory company thats sold NBA, MLB, NFL, and NHL products across the globe. Additionally, since moving to Utah I've also been able to transform my body physically. Over the last 5 years I've lost 90 lbs and now wish to teach others about how to transform their temple. Putting all these passions together I'm developing a motivational brand that will help others become their best self; helping them find happiness, and understanding how to maintain that happiness. Life is a journey and doesn't always turn out the way you first intended. But if you put your trust in God, He will guide you (slow and steadily) to a destination beyond your wildest dreams!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of the incredible joy and purpose in life this church gives me. I know where I can from before I was born, I know why I am on earth right now, and I know where I am going after this life... It is truths like these that bring me comfort and deep faith in a world the is governed by sight (2 Corinthians 4:18; 2 Corinthians 5:7) In the words of Pres. Thomas S. Monson, who is the prophet for the world right now... "Who was this 'man of sorrows, … acquainted with grief'? (Isaiah 53:3) 'Who is this King of glory,' (Psalm 24:8) this Lord of lords? He is our Master. He is our Savior. He is the Son of God. He is the Author of Our Salvation. He beckons, 'Follow me.' (Matthew 4:19) He instructs, 'Go, and do thou likewise.' (Luke 10:37) He pleads, 'Keep my commandments.' (John 14:15) "Let us follow Him. Let us emulate His example. Let us obey His words. By so doing, we give to Him the divine gift of gratitude." ... Everyone in the mormon church has a different story about how they became a member, but the one thing they all have in common...is that they all had to gain a testimony of this church for themselves. No one can live off of borrow light, at some point everyone has to find the light of Christ for themselves. It is my prayer that we may all look to the Lighthouse of the Lord. And even though the storms of the world rage all around us, if we will never take our gaze off the Light of the World...we will reach the safe harbor of our eternal home to live forever with our Father in Heaven.

How I live my faith

In an LDS film entitled "Man’s Search for Happiness". Elder Richard L. Evans, an Apostle of Christ stated... “Life offers you two precious gifts—one is time, the other freedom of choice, the freedom to buy with your time what you will. You are free to exchange your allotment of time for thrills. You may trade it for base desires. You may invest it in greed... “Yours is the freedom to choose. But these are no bargains, for in them you find no lasting satisfaction. “Every day, every hour, every minute of your span of mortal years must sometime be accounted for. And it is in this life that you walk by faith and prove yourself able to choose good over evil, right over wrong, enduring happiness over mere amusement. And your eternal reward will be according to your choosing. “A prophet of God has said: ‘Men are that they might have joy’—a joy that includes a fullness of life, a life dedicated to service, to love and harmony in the home, and the fruits of honest toil—an acceptance of the Gospel of Jesus Christ—of its requirements and commandments. “Only in these will you find true happiness, the happiness which doesn’t fade with the lights and the music and the crowds.” ... Within this quote, I feel that my mentality of this life is clearly described. I feel... Every moment in life is critical. Every moment can be defining. Every moment needs to be used to become more like our Savior Jesus Christ. Life is the university we attend to gain the degree of celestial glory (1 Corinthians 15:40-41). There are lessons all around us, everywhere we go. Do we listen? Do we sit down in the classroom of the world and take notes from life as it unfolds before our very eyes? Life will only improve us, if we see it as a university instead of a playground. ... My motto in life is..."I still have this day." Meaning, I can't worry about the past and I don't know how many days I have left in this life, but I can still do something about today!

What is faith?

Paul Moore
Faith is a transformational power over the heart and soul, and must be centered on the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is everything to me. I don't know who I would be without Him. But I know everything that I am is because of Him. Anyone who lives His teachings will be happier, have greater perspective on life and will recognize the things that really matter in mortality. Christ is my walk, my talk, and my life. I do not fear death, and would die for Him at a moments notice if called to defend His name. I challenge all who read my words... Learn of this Man. For He will change your life forever! Show more Show less