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Hi I'm Michael

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father of two my wife and I were married in the Houston Texas temple and started our family in Northwest Arkansas. We love the area, the people, and our family all around us. I love spending time with my family, and keeping up with any hobbies that time allow.  

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of this Church because I have received a witness through the power of the Holy Ghost, that it is the true and living Church with the fullness of the Savior's gospel. I know that even though it was rejected in primitive times, it was again restored to the earth through a prophet. The fullness of the gospel has given me a sure foundation, so that I know who I am, and why I am here. Most importantly, I learn what the Savior has done for me so that I can pass this trial of life victoriously, and return to live with Father in Heaven again eternally with my Family.

How I live my faith

I live my Faith by striving to live as the savior has lived in example. It is not always easy, but I know that Christ’s grace is sufficient to carry me after I do all that I can. My wife and I also try to keep our eye on the words of the Living prophets today. Their prophetic words and council have greatly blessed our family. I enjoy serving in my church calling. We have a great group of men, and it is a true pleasure to learn from them, and to serve with them.

What is the difference between attending a Mormon Church and a Mormon Temple?

At Church, we gather to worship in teaching the gospel, and in singing. We listen to talks, and attend lessons that are prepared beforehand to help strengthen our Families in the Gospel At the Temple, we gather to make covenants with Father in Heaven. One of which, involve sealing families together for time and all eternity. We also perform ordinances for ancestors that never had the opportunity to hear the Gospel or make any of those covenants. We can act in their behalf for baptisms, and marriage sealings. Show more Show less