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Hi I'm Morgan H

I'm a young husband just trying to finish college, and I love adventure! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to learn about anything and everything! I like to be outside and do things. I played ice hockey for ten years, and I grew up riding horses on our boarding ranch. I love hiking, camping and climbing trees, and I go barefoot most everywhere--when occasion permits. I also love to sing and dance with my lovely wife; usually in the kitchen.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents are both converts to this wonderful church. So I grew up in a Mormon home, but there came a point in my life when I had to know for myself whether or not this is truly Jesus Christ's Church on earth. This was a major step in my life, and shaped my entire future and every choice I made thereafter. With everything in my little world hanging in the balance--I prayed to God. He answered my prayers by giving me a feeling of deep peace. In my heart first, and later in my head, everything made sense. I felt that I had already known the truthfulness of this Gospel by the good and wonderful 'fruits' that come from living it. I know by experience that this is the Church of Jesus Christ. Living the way Jesus Christ has directed us to makes me happy. Personal revelation-- answers to our prayers-- is the way we learn who He is, and what He wants us to do. God answered my prayer. He really does live. He really does listen. And He really does love us very much.

How I live my faith

My faith influences decisions I make on a daily basis. Communicating with God through prayer has been such a blessing in my life. I know I can find comfort from my Father in Heaven when I'm in need. I can also ask for His help and guidance in my life--which I frequently need. I participate in my church ward (congregation) by organizing activities for the members.

What is faith?

Morgan H
Faith is a real power that we access by choosing to believe. Faith is a choice to believe that God is real, and that He loves us--even when we don't see Him in person. Our faith can be established starting with a simple desire. After we desire to believe, we continue to make choices based upon that hope and desire. Faith is the natural result, and it grows the more we use it. Starting small, it then becomes our foundation. Growing from a seed, it then becomes a pillar of a tree that bears the fruit of eternal life. Show more Show less

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Morgan H
Jesus Christ gave us several ways to know the truthfulness of His teachings-- and as all of our doctrines are teachings of Jesus Christ, we can apply them to anything we believe. First, He said we could "ask, and ye shall receive, knock, and it shall be opened unto you, seek, and ye shall find." We can pray and ask the Lord the truthfulness of anything--but to have a prayer answered, we'd better do some real study and put in some effort before we ask. Ask, seek, and knock are all action words. Second, Jesus told us we could know the truthfulness of things by experience, or trying it out. "if any man will do His will, then he will know of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself." We can try going to an LDS church, or reading the Book of Mormon, and see if it improves our lives, and increases our understanding of God! Third, he told us that "by their fruits ye shall know them". You can see the happiness in the lives of LDS people living their faith, and you can see the good that they do in the community and in their families. Anything that is good comes from God. Show more Show less

What are some things that tell you there is a God?

Morgan H
Everything around us points to the existence of some higher power. Our own lives-- being living persons, and the existence of this lovely world help me to know that God is real. He created it all. If you put a bunch of legos in a bag and shake them, they will never build anything without intelligent design. The same is true with the building blocks of nature used to create the earth, the galaxies, and the universe. Divine design is evident by creation's existence. Show more Show less