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Hi I'm Paul

I grew up on farms then moved to town. I'm a tradie. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in the country. My father worked the land. I liked the freedom and easy living associated with farm life! Then my family moved to the city. I finished school and got a trade. Now I'm a husband and dad with grown up kids. Whoops, I'm a grandfather too. I like drag racing (can't afford to do it), air shows when I have the chance, mud buggying, heavy horse shows, swap meets, speedway (without the mud slinging), hotrods and old cars and sharing time with my kids! Home maintenance and me get along very well!

Why I am a Mormon

A friend of mine introduced me to the Church. I liked the values and friendliness of the people I met. The Church explains a lot of things making the gospel simple to understand and has a strong emphasis on families! It helps our children care more about each other even when they move out of home, marry and start their own families. And this flows on to their families as well. It feels good to continue and be a part of this! I know this Church is true because it follows the organization and principles as set out in The Bible. I know the Book of Mormon is complimentry to The Bible and is another witness of Christ. Joseph Smith was the prophet of the restoration of Jesus Christs' Church. I know God and his son Jesus Christ live. And we have a prophet in our day.

How I live my faith

I try to live my life according to the gospel. Being honest and helpful when someone needs a hand. I work hard to support and provide for my family. I keep my language clean and try to use the example of my Saviour in everything I think and do. My family is important to me and whether we're having dinner or working together it's time well spent! Going to Church regularly is a big priority. I organize Church families being looked after and teach classes.