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Hi I'm Greg Cross

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father of 5, the first two being twins. I was a banker for over 20 years before my job was eliminated in November 2010. I am now self employed and spending more time with my family. I enjoy the outdoors and take every opportunity I can to take my family camping and hiking. I enjoy sports and have participated competitively in football, basketball and track. I have also coached youth basketball flag football and track. I have served as a scout master and enjoy seeing the success of the youth.

Why I am a Mormon

My dad was a convert to the church. He was baptised shortly after marrying my mother. I was 2 years old when they were sealed in the temple, so I have been raised in the church and feel very grateful that I have been taught the gospel by my parents. There isn’t one specific event that I can base my conversion to the church but a life long commitment to the teachings of the church and learning or the principals that are taught.

How I live my faith

I serve in the church in several capacities that I enjoy very much and feel that I get more than I give. I work with the leaders of one of the wards and help give instruction and answer questions pertaining to the administration of the ward and it’s members. I also work with the members that are unemployed and help provide instruction and resources that they may use to find work or improve their current working conditions. This is very satisfying to see people take the opportunities that are presented to better their life situation and help their families. I visit 4 families every month that I help instruct and bring messages that will give their families guidance and information that they want to help strengthen their family. I have also served as a scout master and enjoy seeing the talents that the youth of our day have.