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Hi I'm Ken

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in a small town in Montana. I loved sports and played football and basketball on my high school teams. After living in France for two years as a Mormon missionary, I came home and married my high school sweet heart. I also loved Math and, after graduating from college with a degree in Math, I became an Actuary and Pension Consultant. We raised 7 children and now enjoy spending time with our children and grandchildren.

Why I am a Mormon

I love Jesus Christ and what He has done for me. I have personally studied the precepts taught in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and have a testimony that these precepts are truly the Gospel of Jesus Christ in its fullness. I have gained that testimony through study, prayer, and fasting. I believe that the Holy Ghost has confirmed to me that it is the truth. I know that, through the Holy Ghost, our Heavenly Father teaches us truth in this life. I know that the Holy Ghost will whisper to all who sincerly seek to know the truth. Reading and pondering the Book of Mormon was a critical element in the formation of my testimony of Mormonism. This book is of God. Years of living the gospel as a member of the Mormon Church has consistently confirmed to me the veracity of this Church. The fruits of gospel living have brought me happiness and peace. Having excellent counsel from inspired Church leaders has also been a source of guidance during times of trial. I am truly grateful to have a living Prophet of God to help guide me during these the latter-days before the second coming of our Lord and Savior.

How I live my faith

Over the years, I have had the opportunity to serve my fellow man in various capacities. I have taught children, youth, and adults in Sunday School settings. I have served as the leader of the men's organization of our congregation where we have undertaken many service projects in the community as well as served our congregation through visiting families. I have served as the Bishop of our congregation and also been the president of a group of congregations consisting of more than 3,000 members. In the community, I have also found that a good way to demonstrate my faith was to live my religion through being honest in my dealings with my fellowmen, treating all with respect, and trying to show integrity in all my business dealings.