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Hi I'm Milt

I'm a Mormon. I hope you are able to identify the sincerity within our Gospel principles and the love of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

About Me

I work in the telecommunications industry, enjoy gardening, landscaping and older muscle cars, also helping others in the community or at work. I am married to a wonderful woman and we have two dogs that provide additional joy in our lives. Our son was recently married and works as a mechanic, for his livelihood. Things are going well and we are waiting for our first grandchild.

Why I am a Mormon

I have had the opportunity to reflect on my life and the various circumstances that I have experienced. Sometimes the lessons in life are hard and as you face these challenging times, it may be hard to understand why our Father in Heaven would allow this to take place. As we seek an attitude that is grateful for everything else we have been given, other folk's challenges will allow us to assist, empathize, and serve them in a capacity of understanding. I testify that we were placed on this Earth to help one another. Our actions, which best emulate our Savior, display our true commitment to help others in need. His lessons were so simple, yet the distractions and numerous options to do something other than that which matters most, seem almost endless. It takes people serious enough to help themselves understand the importance of this message, then expand the scope of their conversion through service to others, and as this change is implemented in more and more hearts, there is a unifying feeling which strengthens that community. My desire is that you may understand and realize this opportunity, if you haven't already, and help the members of the LDS faith stand against those influences which continually seek to tear our brothers and sisters down. Our Savior has left a legacy of testimonies, through his actions and by numerous prophets and apostles, within the scriptures. I testify of the Spirit which confirms the truth of His Gospel, His love for every one of us, and His loving Atonement so that we may one day be worthy to return and live with Him and our Heavenly Father. This message I share with you in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

How I live my faith

We have opportunities to serve at a cannery which supplies food to needful organizations. The families who benefit are local and in surrounding communities/states of Colorado. Various groups of volunteers take time off work to prepare the food and other necessities for needful families/persons. Within our Church boundaries, we also visit one another to ensure all are doing well. If there are some needs, the message is relayed to various leaders, who ensure that their needs are fulfilled. This is just one area of service, but another brief comment that many folks do not seem to be aware of is the leadership within the LDS church. From the President of our Church, down through those who serve locally, there is no monetary compensation. Countless hours of service are provided to one another in teaching, uplifting and edifying one another. As we learn and serve, we are "refreshed" for the coming week. The LDS Church is also a large Scouting organization. We support the this program because it instills values which are in harmony with the Savior's Gospel and it also provides the direction to youth which will make them a better citizen within our great country. Given the decline in overall moral values these days, it is good to watch those young men and women who have accepted the challenge to go against the popular desires of our youth and uphold their virtues and desires to be led by the Holy Ghost. When I am asked to teach these youth, it is an honor to teach such a noble generation.