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Hi I'm Bill Mallett

I'm a Mormon. My wife and I are converts to the church.

About Me

I am currently a Windows Administrator for Rackspace. It is a Cloud Hosting company that hosts servers, websites, email and other web applications in San Antonio Texas. My wife and I have 6 children, the oldest will be 32 this year and the youngest just had his 9th birthday, 3 boys and 3 girls. I have previously spent time serving in the US Army, in West Germany from 1983 to 1987. While living in Kitzengen, our oldest daughter was born. After returning to Indiana in 1987 we moved to Lebanon Indiana, where we started a cleaning service for homes and offices. I supplemented this income by doing computer work on the side and then working for Fed Ex for medical benefits.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I like what they believe. That Jesus Christ is our Savior. That He died to redeem my sins, and the sins for every other person who has or ever will live. That our Father in heaven loves us and continues to guide us through our church leaders. That our church leaders are ordained of God and that through prayer and reflection the receive guidance from the Lord.

How I live my faith

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is not just a religion it is a lifestyle, once you get it you live it, not just on Sunday. I have been a counselor in the branch presidency, the executive Secretary for the Branch in Lebanon, and a financial auditor for the Stake; We meet every Sunday morning for Branch Presidency and then Branch Council meetings where we discuss the business of the branch and what we can do to help our members and our community. My wife and I also assist in Sunday school with our youngest sons’ class, have been involved in the Cub Scout Pack with our younger sons. We just recently painted a highway bridge where it crossed a local trail and creek that had been covered in graffiti. We believe we are all sinners, so we love the sinner but not the sin, but we must repent of the sin. We do not think we can be forgiven on Sunday, go back out Monday to Saturday and do it again and again just to be forgiven the next Sunday. Part of the repentance process is to give up the sinful behavior.