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Hi I'm Victor Morris

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been blessed to be married to a wonderful woman for over 20 years! I have 4 children ranging from ages 15 to 6 - they are my pride and joy. We love to play tennis (Even though my wife beat me the other day - love you honey... rematch?) and support our children in their various sport, dance and church activities. My oldest son is a Sophmore at DC and plays football and basketball and my oldest daughter is now in middle school (Scary for Mom and Dad!) and plays volleyball and dances. Number 3 is in 4th grade and plays soccer and volleyball, with my youngest boy in 1st grade keeping us busy with baseball and soccer.

Why I am a Mormon

Times are tough out there! I'm so thankful to know that our Heavenly Father loves us and that everything we experience in this life, whether good or bad, is necessary for our personal growth, and will only make us stronger, more resiliant and more determined. I am thankful to know that families can be together forever! It would be sad to think otherwise! To have the the love, laughter and cherished moments for only this earthly life just doesn't make sense. I look forward to being with the ones I love forever! What a blessing and priviledge it is to have the restored Priesthood. It allows me to provide blessing of comfort to my wife and children when they are in need. I am thankful to know that Heavenly Father loves us enough that He would not leave us to flounder on our own while here on earth. He directs His Church here on earth through a modern Prophet now, just like He did when the original Church of Jesus Christ was on the earth.

How I live my faith

I have had the opportunity to serve in many different callings as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. No matter the calling or assignment, there is no greater joy than that which comes through service, whether it's the youth, the elderly, needy or lonely.