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Hi I'm Tim Lewis

I am from Arizona, work in construction and have been a Mormon since birth.

About Me

I am a Father to 5 children, one girl (married, two grandchildren), followed by four boys--the oldes who si leavng on a mission Aug 31, 2011 to Tennessee. I am married to the most amaing beautiful woman in the world who daily provides indescribable inspiration, support, and love. I loved my missonary experieince in Chile which was many, many hears ago. I am a native to Arizona, USA where I contiue to reside having lived here all my life except for a short, wonderful stint in Hawaii. I enjoy sports (mostly just watch now) and reading various works and authors in my spare time when away from work (construction) and church commitments.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been LDS all my life being Mormon as a youth due to my parents faith and now as an adult due to my own knowledge and experience. I love my parents for the richness of the gospel that was taught in our home in my youth that provided me the foundation for my current testimony and unalterable knowledge of my Father in Heaven and His Son, Jesus Christ. As an adult I continue to be LDS because I have a sure knowledge that the restored gospel of Jesus Christ as returned in the latter days through the authorized priesthood is upon the earth. I know it through my own personal experience.

How I live my faith

I am currently the Scout Committee Chair, working with the young men ages 11-18 who are working on obtaining the Boy Scout Eagle Award--the highest award in scouting. It is a great experience working with these stalwart young me who are so diligent in their efforts to follow in paths of excellence and honor. In addition I teach the High Priest quorum priesthood lesson once a month on Sunday to a group of generally older men. For the most part, I believe i keep them awake for about an hour.