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Hi I'm William

I'm a Mormon, after looking at many different Bible and Earth based religions.

About Me

After looking at many different Bible and Earth based religions, all of which had parts of the Gospel message, not one of these had all the "pieces to the puzzle". I would eventually see that the Church did. I had made a choice to discontinue going to any religious group. After a long period of inactivity, and I had my name removed from the Church rolls. Years later I was approached by the Missionaries, who asked if I needed anything. I suggested that they talk with the Mission President, because I thought I had been excommunicated. They returned on the day after Christmas 2008, and asked if I they could do anything for me, and I said no. A couple of weeks later I saw them in the neighborhood, and ask them to come in. We had a wonderful conversation, and begin my trek back to full restoration. So I went through the process of being restored to full fellowship, that would come in the spring of 2010. In the fall of 2010 I was called to serve as 2nd Assistant in the Ozark 2nd Branch High Priest group. I read a lot, on different subjects. I was place on "disability retired" [Vietnam related] in 1996. So I have lots time on my hands. So I will be 63 in early July, and unmarried at the present time. I do what I can to help out the members in the Branch, and helping the Missionaries as I am able. I have been blessed to Peacefulness and Serenity on an almost daily bases , and that is the biggest gift, next to being 'alcohol and drug' free for aver 26 years, that I enjoy daily.

Why I am a Mormon

After observing many religious paths, I found that many of them had differing amounts of pieces to the puzzle. I found that the LDS church was the only one that had the pieces. So here I am.

How I live my faith

One day at a time. [01Mar1986]