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Hi I'm Taylor

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 51 years old. I am an RN and work as a Risk Manager for the local medical center in our community. I am married to Janie. We have six children and nine grandchildren. I enjoy being out-of-doors, hiking, cycling, gardening and just watching nature. I also enjoy working of family history and writing.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I have stayed active and committed to the church all of my life. I have a testimony of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and know that he is my savior. I know that the Book of Mormon is the word of God. I know that Joseph Smith was a prophet, called and ordained of God. I know that we can have a personal witness of the truth of these things and don't have to rely on the word of others to have this sure knowledge of these things. I know that families can be together forever.

How I live my faith

I serve as a bishop in the ward that I live in. I have been bishop for 3 years this month. It has been a wonderful experience to serve my Heavenly Father and my brothers and sisters. I especially enjoy working with the youth. If you want to find a way to be happy and feel fulfilled and know of your Heavenly Father's love for you, get out and do something for someone else. Do it just because you know it needs done and do it quietly and you will find a peace of mind, a happiness and joy through your service to them. It is most often we find that we answer the prayers of others by serving them and our prayers are answered in the same way. Find some yard work that needs done, stop by and visit a lonely older person, bake some cookies and give them away. It will lighten your heart and make your own troubles seem insignificant and you will feel a greater portion of the Love of God in your own heart. There are so many opportunities to serve others in your own world.