Hi I'm Curtis Noble
I was born in Alaska. I love life. I'm bald and have embraced it. A father. Devoted husband. I'm a Mormon.
I have a positive outlook on just about everything in life. I believe that we all have the ability to make choices that can impact our lives positively. I believe that God wants all of us to be happy and experience joy. Yet he allows us the opportunity to suffer and experience pain. I don't know everything about this life. But I know that God blesses those who seek inspiration and act in faith.
Why I am a Mormon
I have found answers to life's most important questions through this faith. I love the culture of the Church. But more important than culture are the doctrines of salvation taught. I know that God still speaks to us today and that revelation continues. The Mormon faith teaches of the divinity of the Savior Jesus Christ. For me, understanding the nature of God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost has helped me to develop a very strong spiritual relationship with Christ. Also the faith teaches more than just the saving aspects of Christ's sacrifice. Through living prophets we know that Christ not only saves us, but He enables us. We are strengthened by the Lord to do things we otherwise could not do alone. I have felt and experienced this enabling power of Christ very often in my life. I believe you can too.
How I live my faith
I enjoy choosing to serve others. I enjoy the freedom I experience from obeying what I believe to be God's commandments. I love the Lord and strive to follow in his example. I am doing what I can to raise my family in faith. I pray often to know God's will. But I often find that His will is revealed in many cases through scriptures or through living prophets. Most often I am simply reminded of what He has already said. I have found that being in tune with God's will and living by principles of righteousness, that many of the decisions I have made have been blessed by His hand. Even when I have struggled, I felt the presence of God in my life. I follow the inspirations I receive and, above all, I am full of gratitude for the divine elements in my life.