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Hi I'm Wayne

I'm a Mormon. I grew up in Utah, and served a mission in Kobe, Japan. I currently live in California.

About Me

 I am a dentist and love meeting and working with people. I have five children. Three are married, one is on a mission, and one is still at home. I like sports and play golf once in a while. My wife is a hygienist and works in my office part time.

Why I am a Mormon

This is a life of many questions, and those answers are found in the gospel of Jesus Christ which has fully been restored on earth today. The teachings are those of the Master like in the days he walked the earth. There is nothing in our lives that can't be solved by puting into practice what he taught. As a result of these teachings I do not life in fear, but rejoice in the knowledge that I have about live and the hereafter. 

How I live my faith

I try and live the gospel principles taught by the Savior. I am honest in my work as a dentist. I have helped raise a family of five children that have good moral values. I serve as a leader in the Stake Presidency , and I am humble to do so. I try and be kind, tolerant, and mindful of others and their needs. I am constantly trying to better myself, and I'm grateful for the atoneing sacrifice of the Savior. 

Why are only some Mormons allowed into temples? Is there something secret going on in Mormon Temples? What goes on in Mormon Temples?

Wayne
 We believe that the temples are the house of the Lord and the ost sacred places on earth. In them we ordinances, like marriage, for time and all eternity. these ordinances are needed to return to our Father in Heaven. There are no secrets in the temple. Anyone that meets the rquirements is more than welcome. Those Mormons that have not lived up to those requirements are not permitted in, but are encouraged to continue to live so they can go to the temple and receive their own ordinances. Show more Show less