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Hi I'm Ken

I am an engineer, I have four great kids, I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am a married father of four great kids! My biggest hobby is Boy Scouting. I am a mechanical engineer with a masters degree. I live in the mid-west. I love to watch baseball, take in a good movie and spend time with my family. I travel extensively to Europe and Asia on business and love to learn about new cultures in the countries I visit. I grew up in the west as the oldest child of eight. I love the mountains and the outdoors.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have developed a firm belief of the doctrine that is taught in this faith. I have a firm belief that God is the father of my spirit and that Jesus Christ is my savior. I have had many situations that have helped my faith grow. I know that I can have heavenly help by having faith and praying for inspiration and help. I cannot imagine living life in this world with out this faith. The unchanging standards based on firm gospel ground are a rock in this life for me. I have seen its influence for good in not only my life, but the lives of my family and those in my congregation.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving in my congregation. This has often included leadership and teaching responsibilities. I try to live the standards of my church every day. I have personal worship every day including prayer and scripture study. I am currently serving the young men of our church. I have been a scoutmaster, a youth trainer and I train other adult youth leaders. I love working with the youth!

What is the Mormon lifestyle like? How do Mormons live?

The Mormon lifestyle is very similar to most families. We are your next door neighbors, we run for political office, we mow our grass, we serve in our communities, we root for our favorite teams and we spend time together as families. Some of the differences are that we are not that concerned about drinking or smoking and generally we are a busy bunch with many opportunities for meetings and service opportunities. We love to congregate together. Show more Show less