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Hi I'm Jacob

I am a husband, father, son, and brother. I love music, movies, books, and pizza. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband of eight years and father to two little rascals of the male gender. I am an avid reader of fantasy novels. I work on a family farm but mostly i work with honey bees for a living. Yes, i get stung alot. I smile as much as i can and i enjoy making others smile. I play the acoustic guitar and started a band with my brothers. I would recommend everybody start one it's awesome. I love my family but most of all I love my Father in heaven for all that i have.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family that are Mormons. But like many others I am a covert also. I had to search my heart to study scripture and come to know for myself if this church is true. I believe that Christ has restored his church on the earth today as in the days of Peter, James, and John. That there is a true prophet of God here upon the earth and that he receives revelation from God. My heart and soul tell me that the Mormon church is the true and complete church of God.

How I live my faith

The two greatest commandments are to love God and my neighbors. I try each and everyday to do these two things. In the church I work with all the people in my area who are either new members of the church or those who are investigating. I answer questions about the church or put you in contact with someone who can, if my knowledge is lacking.

What do Mormons believe happens after we die?

We believe that there is life after death. That all people have a place in Gods kingdom. We believe that all people will be judged according to there works in this life. If you've done good things in this life you will be rewarded. If you've been wicked, well that is between you and God. There is forgiveness for all who come to the Lord in meekness and ask. Show more Show less