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Hi I'm TJ

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi I'm a father of four working in law enforcement. I like to lift weights, run, mountain bike, hike, and play racing video games.

Why I am a Mormon

My conversion to the gospel of Jesus Christ started when I was young. My grandmother use to read the bible with me most Sundays. I still remember the feelings of peace and joy I got from reading the bible with my grandmother and I knew that the lesson my grandmother taught me from the bible were good and true. When I was about 12 years old two missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints stopped by the house that me, my mother and sisters were living in and taught us about another testiment of Jesus Christ (The Book of Mormon). To say I was skeptical was an under statement. I read the book not dismissing it as false but just took it at face value that it my teach me something more about the savior Jesus Christ. I was surprised that when I read the book that I got the same feelings of peace and joy that I got when I read the bible, sometimes even being moved to tears. I could not argue with how I felt in my hart about the new scriptures I had received the Holy Spirit testified to me that the book was true scripture, I was only about 12 or 13 years old when this happen. My family was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints when I was 13 years old I being the last to commit to baptism but my life has been richly bless from that decision I made all those years ago. I remain in the church because of the early feelings I got testifying to me that the Book of Mormon was true scripture.

How I live my faith

I serve in the mens organization in the church as a counciler. I get the oppertunity to got out in my neighborhood to help with clean up projects, and I assist others who move to and from the area.