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Hi I'm Rob

My name is Rob Webb, I live in Bristol England, and have been a Mormon all of my life.

About Me

I am married with a family of six children, which is quite unusual by today's standards. My wife is Belinda, and we have 4 boys and 2 girls the youngest of which is now 20. It has been a busy but fun 30 years of marriage,which I often refer to as a great adventure. I earn a living building conservatories, and when I actually get spare time, I love to do gardening, especially growing vegetables, and fruit. I love walking in the mountains of Wales and northern England, but Most of all I love being with my family and hanging out with them.

Why I am a Mormon

Well firstly, having been raised as a Mormon, I guess for a number of years I followed the footsteps of my parents, and relied on the faith that they had. Although I had not doubted the truth of what my parents had taught me. I got to a stage while in my early twenties where I felt the need to know for myself that all I had been taught was indeed true and that it was what I wanted to follow. I subsequently had what I can only describe as a personal spiritual experience that left me in no doubt that God was real, and that this was indeed the path I should follow. I have never since looked back, and have loved being a member of the Mormon church.

How I live my faith

As a church we assign people to take on various responsibilities, for varying lengths of time, and over the years I have been asked to be a scout leader, a youth worker, and a teacher. Currently my assignment is to serve as the Bishop of our local congregation, which is a wonderful, and rewarding opportunity to guide, help,uplift, and counsel with other church members. My greatest love has been to spend time with the youth of the church, taking part in many physical as well as spiritual activities. I have been on so many camps and hikes that I have lost count, and would love it if all of our activities could be outdoors. Yet there have been some quiet moments as I have spoken with individuals when we have felt so close to heavenly father, and he has felt so real tangible. Although I am currently serving as a Bishop, the time will come when I will be asked to do something else, and will look forward to a new opportunity to help in any way that I can.