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Hi I'm Dominic Chun

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a 56 year old child. A transplant from Honolulu, Hawaii and number 4 of 8 boys in my family. I am a loving dad who made his share of mistakes, but always loved, and still does, love his children. I have just graduated from massage school. Going back to school was challenging, but it reminded me of the power of prayer. I am an avid golfer. I hope that there is golf in Heaven.

Why I am a Mormon

It seemed right at the time I got baptized. I was 28 and full of questions, but also, wanting to do good in the world. I somehow felt like it was my duty to do the right thing. I was told that I was a mormon, but did not know it. Knowing that I hold the priesthood gives me more of an incentive to go and do the work our Savior, Jesus Christ, did while here on earth. Being one in Jesus' stead, gives me purpose for existing and a goal to reach. That is, returning home to Heavenly Father with honor. I also know that I make mistakes and that God is loving, just and forgiving, so why should I be any less. I never thought that I was better than anyone. I often thought that I was less and had little self worth. The church helped me know that I am special in God's eyes as in the parable of the 1 and 99. It is comforting to know that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the only true church and that we have the fullness of the gospel to follow and live by. God lives and speaks to us through His prophets. Jesus Christ is His only begotten son and He is my savior, redeemer and king.

How I live my faith

I believe in service. From giving a "hi" or "aloha" with a smile to moving furniture to cleaning someone's yard. I try to always be spiritually available to help so that when I am asked I am willing. I am a fill-in primary teacher. It is always a joy to be around the youth. They remind me that I, too, am a child of God and that He is always caring for me.