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Hi I'm Robert

I'm a delighted husband and father. I'm an architect and I'm a mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Idaho. I have a wonderful growing family and they are the focus of my life. I also have a great affinity for cooking, gardening, being in nature and learning. I work as an architect in healthcare design. I am an alternative commuter and bike to work all year long.

Why I am a Mormon

I was blessed to grow up in a home where the restored gospel was at the center of our lives. However, I had numerous experiences growing up where the Holy Ghost touched my heart and mind. I will always remember praying to ask God about the truthfulnes of The Book of Mormon and the amazing spiritual experience that followed. I know that it is true!

How I live my faith

I take very seriously my discipleship to Christ. I strive to be like Him in all that I do. This affects the way I treat my family, my coworkers, my clients and complete strangers. I give of my time to visit families in our congregation. I love to serve in ways such as helping people to move or cleaning up their yards. I also work directly with the leadership of our congregation in overseeing record keeping. I look for opportunities to help out wherever I can. 

What do Mormons believe about Jesus Christ? Do Mormons believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God?

Absolutely! He is the Only Begotten of the Father born of a mortal mother. He is literally the Son of God. He lived a perfect life and fulfilled the prophecies that a Savior would come to save us from our sins. He performed our Heavenly Father's will while He was on the earth. He taught the gospel, healed the sick, raised the dead and gave us commandments for our happiness. He asked us to follow Him. He suffered for our sins and He died for us. Following His death, He was resurrected. He now has an immortal body and stands at the right hand of the Father. Because He lives, everyone will live again as well. All can accept His invitation and find forgiveness and ultimately return to the presence of God, our Father. Show more Show less