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Hi I'm Jimmy

I grew up in Alabama and have moved around for the last 20 years. I recently moved back from Connecticut to Alabama.

About Me

 I am a convert to the church. I joined the church in 1996 after meering my wife. I have 5 children and we live in Alabama. I work for a construction company and love what I do. I enjoy playing golf and love college football.

Why I am a Mormon

 I joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because during the missionary discussions, the Holy Ghost strongly tetified to me that I needed to join the church and be baptized just like Jesus Christ was baptized. The spirit in the room that night testifeid to me that I had to join the church.

How I live my faith

 I live my faith by striving to follow the covenants or promises I made with Heavenly Father at the time I was baptized. I serve as on a council of 12 men lead by 3 others that helps to oversee several units in a certain geographical boundary in Alabama. These geographical boundaries are called stakes. I travel to these units on every Sunday except for the first Sunday of each month. I teach the gospel when ever I get the chance. I get to speak on most Sundays in some part of our stake.

Do Mormons regard the Bible as Holy Scripture and the word of God?

Yes. We believe the Bible is the word of God as far as it is was translated corretly. In fact, we teach from the Bible in Sunday School and in seminary, a program that youth attend at the age of 14 to learn more about the Gospel. Show more Show less

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

No. We help all those in need. Show more Show less

In whom should we have faith?

The Lord Jesus Christ and Heavenly Father. Show more Show less

How are the activities of the Mormon missionaries funded?

Generally, missionaries pay there own way to go on a mission. Either they work to save enough money to go on a mission or their families pay for their mission. Show more Show less

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

No. All young men are encouraged to serve a mission. Young women can also serve missions. Show more Show less

What is the difference between attending church and the temple?

 Attending church is different from attending the temple in that at church, we partake of the sacrament each week and renew the promises and covenants we made with Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ when we were baptized. We are given the ability to repent of our sins each week, through the taking of the sacrament. In the temple, we make sacred, not secret, covenants with Heavenly Father, for time and all eternity. It is in the temple, that families are sealed together which allows us to live with each other for eternity, as long as we are faithful in following the commandments. We are taught sacred princliples that allow us to return to Heavenly Father's presence as long as we are obedient. Show more Show less

What does Mormonism teach regarding baptism?

 It teaches that all who are of the age of accountability, which is 8 years old, and all that are worthy, can be baptized and become members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Show more Show less

Do Mormons practice polygamy?

No. Polygamy is against the law. We believe in following all the laws of the land in which we live in. Show more Show less

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

There is nothing that is a secret rather, there are things that we hold to be sacred that can only be revealed in the temple to those who are members and that have been deemed worthy by those in authority to enter the House of the Lord.  Show more Show less

What is the Law of Chastity?

The law of chastity is a covenant made to only have sexual relations with ones' spouse within the marriage covenant. Show more Show less

Who is the Mormon prophet today?

Thomas Spencer Monson. Show more Show less