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Hi I'm Greg

I'm an electrical engineer and a life-long Mormon.

About Me

I am the father of five and grandfather of four, and have been married to their mother and grandmother for more than 30 years. I like to star-gaze and I love family activities. I love to watch any activity in which my kids or grandkids take part. I have worked for 36 years as a field engineer for a local electric utility and am getting close to retirement.

Why I am a Mormon

I love the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because its teachings inspire me and give me hope for a glorious eternal future with my wife and children. It also provides a great way to serve others and help them to become all they can be.

How I live my faith

I pray almost every night for the people I love and serve and I study the scriptures for a few minutes almost every day. I attend church meetings and activities as faithfully as I can and if someone wants to know more about the church, I am glad to share what I know about it and its teachings. I have had many chances to serve in the church in a variety of different ways and have grown a bunch each time. Right now I help direct the training of the advisors of teen age young men in ten different local units of the church. I also help conduct boards of review for Eagle Scout service projects and for Eagle rank advancements.

What do Mormons believe about family?

That it is the best (although not the easiest) way to personal growth, true love, and true happiness and that it can be an eternal unit lasting beyond this life. Show more Show less

What is the Book of Mormon?

A book of divinely inspired scripture, similar to the Bible, and an ancient history of Native Americans written by their prophets which contains the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ. It also includes an account of His visit to them, shortly after his crucifixion and resurrection in the Holy Land. Show more Show less