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Hi I'm Ken

I am an air traffic controller. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm married with four children and two soon to be three grandchildren. I love to play basketball and enjoy most sports as do my children. I grew up moving around quite often, including living overseas for a good part of my teenage life. Which has made my appreciate other cultures. Which has made me want to learn other languages.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptised in the church later in life. All though I have always been religious I never really felt as though I living the gospel the way I should be until I started learning about the Church of Jesus Christ of later day Saints. I attended the church for a while as a non-member. However, while I enjoyed going to this church and I could feel the spirit I wasn't ready to become a member. I have always been slow to make change. After a while I found that I could not ignor spirit any longer. I found that after I was baptised and confirmed a member of the chuch that life had more of a purpose. I felt that I was finally where I needed to be. As a mormon you live the gospel 24 hours a day. It's not just some you study on Sunday but something you live everyday and enjoy doing it.

How I live my faith

We as a family try to be involved in our comunity. We help with city wide cleanups and particiate in clothe drives. One of the things I love the most about being a mormon is that the church is run by the members. From the bishop ( our preacher) down to the sunday school teachers. Almost all the positions (callings) in th church are filled by the members. Callings are part of being a member. They give the member an opertunity to serve the Lord. In my calling as a high councilor is I have the opportunity to participate in a lot of church project. In my calling I have the opportunity to organizing projects as well as just being a participant. Working with the other members in these projects, some service and others is a great blessing and opportunity for personal growth.