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Hi I'm Rob Dilts

I was born in Saskatchewan and moved to Winnipeg at a young age. Later on in life I moved back to Saskatchewan. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I have always enjoyed the great outdoors. Canada is full of plenty of great outdoors to explore. I have a wonderful family with five amazing children. I am the only member of the church in my family, and they have accepted that through years of watching me grow in faith and love of the Gospel.

Why I am a Mormon

I was looking for some thing that I believed was missing from my life. I wanted a place or some thing to belong to. I had attended a number of churches from different denominations and until I went to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints nothing felt right. I am a family type person. I believe in families and that families are important no matter what type. This religion feels the same way that I do about families. I was introduced to this church by a family that showed me that there are families out there that like to do things with each other and talk kindly to one another. Through their example it showed me what was missing and what I truly wanted to have.

How I live my faith

I am a Bishop(kind of like a Priest or Pastor) in the ward and have been for four and a half years. I enjoy working with the youth and worry about them and their growth. I love my missionaries and miss them every six weeks when potential transfers occur.

What are Mormon church services like? Are visitors allowed at church meetings? Can I attend church?

Rob Dilts
I enjoy the feelings I have from attending church. I enjoy being with the friends I have made through my membership with in the church. Most of all I enjoy the hymns that are sung by everyone. They really bring the Spirit in to the meetings. There is something for everyone and everyone can participate how they feel they would like to. Show more Show less