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Hi I'm Chuck

I am a Convert

About Me

I enjoy spending time with my family. I coach flag football. I to bike, swim and run and enjoy sprint triathlons. I live in Florida, but grew up in Philadelphia and follow all the Philly sports teams.

Why I am a Mormon

I joined the church 21 years ago at the age of 28. I was raised Catholic and attended Catholic School. I was given a Book of Mormon by a young lady who I was wanting to date. She gave me the book and the boot at the same time. I read the Book of Mormon and gain a knowledge that it was truly the word of God. I am an active member of the Church serving in whatever calling I am asked to serve in-What a blessing in my life!

How I live my faith

I live my life with the thought of being honest and fair in all that I do. I decided not drink alcohol or smoke, I don't drink coffee or tea and I strive to obey the commandments. I am serving as the Bishop in the very ward in which I was baptized 21 years ago. I have worked with the youth of the Church in many callings and see the goodness that is there from them.

How do I become a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church)?

All are welcome to join us for our meetings, we welcome all those that might have an interest in learning about what we really believe. You have an opportunity to know for yourself through reading and prayer if the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is true, this is an extremely personal decision and one that can be confirmed by the Holy Ghost. It was very personal to me and I know the choice I made many years ago was the right choice. Show more Show less

What is a ward/stake/branch?

A ward is similiar to a parish if you were catholic. An area is broken into sections and that "Ward" has a Bishop that oversees the affairs of the all those that live in those boundries. Aproximately eight or nine wards make up a stake. A branch would be similiar to award but with less members being active in that area. Show more Show less