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Hi I'm Craigery

If a Monkey kicks a coconut tree does it matter? I love my life and silly things........Oh! and I'm a Mormon.... :)

About Me

I played football, baseball, and dabbled in the sport of wrestling. I like to have somewhat creative hair styles and ya I love living the life that I've been blessed with!

Why I am a Mormon

Why I am a Mormon...well I started to take the lessons from the missionaries. Eventually I started to actually listen to what they were saying, and it hit me so hard one day it was insane! How strange a thing to explain but, awesome none the less. Meeting with them for only a few weeks I knew the church was true. I took a leap of faith and I hit the ground running. I've never felt so loved in my life and I don't think I have ever loved this much that's why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving in my special callings. Executive Secretary and, loved every minute of it just being able to connect with people and learn how to accept everyone. It's such an easy thing to overlook but it's crazy how important it is to accept and love everyone. In the calling you just assist the Bishop in setting up personal interviews to talk about life and how to be happier. Generally I hope that my actions can show people how I live my faith. Doing the right thing with a smile on my face....that's how I choose to live my faith.

Why do Mormon missionaries proselyte?

Craigery
They proselyte to assist in the finding of people who want to hear Christ's message. Word of mouth is such a good way to get messages and such across the land but if we*they* come to the door it's just an awesome opportunity to take the leap of faith and hear the message. It's hard to search for answers in life but....how awesome would it be if one showed up at the door just for you? Show more Show less