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Hi I'm Joe

I am your neighbor. I sit next to you at work. I love my family. You are my brother or sister and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am married to my bride. We love each other with all our heart. We have 4 wonderful children. They know that I love their mother. I served 13 years in the Air Force and Air National Guard. We love this country we live in and the priveledge it is to have freedom. We persue happiness everyday. I raise chickens and currently have 6. I have traveled all over the globe. I lived in England and Panama. Visited Germany, Equador, Japan, Italy, Netherlands and France. We have lived in Nebraska for 4 years. Feels like home. The people here are great! I love football and the BYU Cougars!

Why I am a Mormon

The Gospel of Jesus Christ has brought me great happiness. The persuit of pleasure is sometimes confused with happiness. Pleasure is temporary. Happiness will last forever. I have a testimony of Jesus Christ and that he lives today. This testimony have come from the trials and test that I have gone through. Jesus Christ streighthens my marriage. He gives me power to overcome. He gives me power to become. I do not confuse the price with the prize. My saviour has paid this price for each of us. He knows our pain and sorrow. He knows our joy and I bear this TESTimony in his sacred name, Jesus Christ, Amen.

How I live my faith

I am a member of the leadership in our congregation. It is an honor and priveledge to sacrifice my time and talents for my brother and sister. My favorite part in serving is when I am able to visit the homes of members of our congregation and hear them testify of the Savior. I love them. I am able to coach and mentor the youth. I serve as the Chrater Organization Representative for the area of our church with the Boy Scouts of America. The Boy Scouts are a tool in developing a fine young man and preparing him to be a leader.