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Hi I'm Greg

I'm a first-year law student and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

This year, I graduated from college, got married, moved across the country, and started law school. It's been a busy a busy year! My wife and I love being married and together in a new state. We love to play board games, ballroom dance, and be outside. Our favorite snacks are anything and everything chocolate, especially ice cream and chocolate chips, Baked Lays, and popcorn.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and our Savior. He died for our sins and through His grace we can return to live with our Heavenly Father. Through prayer, meditation, and scripture study, I learned that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormon Church, is the only church with a prophet of God and divine authority. Jesus Christ has witnessed this to me on countless occasions, through his Holy Spirit. I am a Mormon because belonging to any other church or doing anything else would be contrary to personal revelation given to me by God.

How I live my faith

The most important message in the gospel of Jesus Christ is that of love. I live my faith by attempting to follow Christ's example of love, charity, and service to those around me. In the Mormon church, we visit fellow members once a month to share a spiritual message and most importantly, to see to the temporal and spiritual needs of those families. This service, performed by nearly every active member of the church, is done without pay or compensation, just like every other position or responsibility in the church, including local clergymen and world-wide missionaries. I also live my faith by getting an education. Our prophet has asked us to obtain the highest level of education we can, enabling us to better help those around us. I am studying law so that I can be a voice for justice and Christian principles in a world of corroding values and spiritual decline.