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Hi I'm Bobby

I'm a Mormon...and I love it.

About Me

I'm a Husband, Dad, Coach, Employee and Kid. I Golf, Snowboard, Mountain Bike and make often short lived attempts to stay in shape. I love watching Hockey and Baseball. I build trains with my kids, manage complex employees relations issues around the world, go on dates with my wife, spend time with friends and family, go to Church, read on airplanes, watch tv, eat pistachos, coach baseball and soccer, clean the dishes, and just try to take it easy when I can. I'm often quieter than I like to be but hopefully friendly to everyone I meet.

Why I am a Mormon

It's simple really - I believe in the Church. Everything else just falls into place. I know there are a lot of religions out there. I've traveled the world and seen many of them first hand. But when it gets down to it, my belief is rooted simply in the Savior, Jesus Christ. At it's heart, that is what the church is all about. I believe in family, service, happiness, obedience, charity, kindness, giving, faith, blessings, and miracles. I believe in the book of Mormon as a separate yet similar testimony to the Bible. I've knealt quietly in prayer, alone, and received that confirmation that this church is true and will provide the correct way to return to live with Heavenly Father again. I've witnessed the change that comes to people when they accept Christ's teachings and obey all the commandments and not just the ones that suit them. In the end, I'm Mormon because I choose to be. I want to be. I just am.

How I live my faith

I live my faith when no one is looking and when everyone can see me. I try to be consistent in both my actions and words. My work affords me the ability to travel the world, I am constantly asked why I do not drink alcohol or coffee. I have chances to live my faith almost every week though events such as these. I enjoy answering questions about what I believe. At home, I live my faith by teaching my own children correct principles. To me, they are the most important. No matter what I do in life - they are my priority. While I'm far from perfect I try to be kind and patient. Both are examples of the life of Jesus Christ.