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Hi I'm Eric

I live in Georgia, I love nature and natural resources, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I'm a father of two children. I love to sing and listen for rhythms in songs. I create my own drum beats and make up my own melodies. I like to play basketball and softball. I like to be home with my wife, and I love to play with my children, who are very active. 

Why I am a Mormon

 I love to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I have found that the only way to be truly happy in life is to become more like our Savior. In this church I have found the true Gospel. I try to stay very close to the teaching of this church which I find in complete harmony with every truth that I've ever learned. One of the teaching of the Church is that "we believe all things." The Gospel of Jesus Christ is practical, and just makes sense. I have always felt this as I attend church, read the scriptures, and follow the council from church leaders. I love being a member of this church. 

How I live my faith

I love to serve those around me, my spouse, my children, neighbors, friends, or acquaintances. I love to listen to people and see how I can help them. I love to teach the Gospel to others and explain what I know to be true. I feel happy each time I see someone's life change by the Gospel. My greatest desire is to help people live what they know to be true and then encourage them to learn more truth. How I stay focused and strong in living the Gospel, and how I increase the desire to serve others is by maintaining a prayerful relationship with my Heavenly Father. I learn what is taught in the scriptures, for example the Book of Mormon and the Bible, and try to apply them in my life. Fortunately, when I make mistakes I can repent and be forgiven, and try again. I love doing my best at living the commandments and finding ways to be more effective at helping others do the same.