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Hi I'm Ken

I'm the son of a military family that has lived many places, currently reside in Denver, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Been an avid sportsman and team sports guy for most of my life. Hard to Deep Sea fish in Denver, but I do it when I can. Big BYU fan. Spend most of my time parenting, helping others, and working and try to find time for tropical travel when possible.

Why I am a Mormon

For me being a Mormon allows me to live in accordance with what I know to be true. I know that Jesus Christ is my Savir and that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is Christ's church on the earth. The fruits of the church and living its teachings bless me and my family. I have a foundation and anchor in my life that keeps me on a path where I continually experience peace despite trials and joy in the path of service.

How I live my faith

The Mormon church is staffed by voluntary service of the lay-members. This has given me the opportunity to teach others, minister in homes and hospitals, mentor youth, participate in scouting, and currently to help lead the organization and spiritual welfare of our congregation. It's never dull and there is always more to do, but there is a balance in it all.

Why don’t Mormons drink coffee, tea, or alcohol? What is the Mormon Church’s law of health and proper diet?

Ken
We believe the body contains our unique spirit, which can be connected to God through the Holy Spirit. Taking care of our body ensures a strong connection to God at all times. The health principals we follow are based on avoiding things that would make the body less responsive, less healthy, or addicted so that we can maintain a spiritual connection with God. Show more Show less