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Hi I'm Dallske

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am on Active duty in the Air Force, stationed in Colorado Springs. I am married with four children. I love cycling and home improvement projects. I bought my first house last summer and it is something I am enjoying very much. I am a one-charlie-six on the enlisted side with a background in a/c maintenance. I love my job, but love my time off with my family even more. I love to read, run, ride my motorcycle and teach my children all the fun things you get to learn growing up like hitting a baseball and riding a bike. I served a Mormon mission in Philadelphia, PA for two years and loved it. I grew up in Bountiful, Utah and loved it.

Why I am a Mormon

It used to be I was a Mormon because that was what my parents were. There comes a time in most peoples lives where that isn't enough. I think my self-realization came in waves. It is hard to serve a two-year mission for the Mormon church without having a bit of internal testimony. Today, I am Mormon for many reasons. Primarily, I would sum it up that I am because of personal experience that I cannot deny. Secondarily, the church makes the most sense to me in a number of ways: theologically, culturally, socially and educationally to name a few.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church regularly with my family and friends. I try to represent the church to others as effectively as possible. I also enjoy extra-curricular activities organized by the church such as camping with my family.

Who was Joseph Smith?

Dallske
In short, Joseph Smith, Jr. was our first prophet of the restoration. When you think of a prophet of any age, try to apply human standards to these human vessels, as all of them are or were human, with said capacities. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about family?

Dallske
Mormons believe, quite significantly, that families are very eternal. Relationships forged here will have significance in the hereafter on every level. The deeper the relationship, such as a spouse, the more significant that is to someone when they realize it will be a relationship, or can be one, for eternity. Show more Show less