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Hi I'm Tony

I grew up in a small town in Mississippi. I'm now a Layout Design Engineer and a Reserve Deputy Sheriff. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small town in Mississppi and then moved to a large town in Texas, which was a cultral shock. I moved around a lot and went to 4 different high schools. I served in the Marine Corps, I am now a Layout Design Engineer for a Semiconductor company. I'm also a Reserve Deputy Sheriff and I'm a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

Even though I grew up Mormon I was still converted, I could tell when the savior was with me and when he wasn't. I know that when I am doing the right things he is with me and I can feel his love. I love to go to church because there are others who help strengthen me and have the same values and beliefs that I have. I know that when I serve others that I am serving GOD.

How I live my faith

I try and do the right thing every day, I am honest with others. I try and serve other people. I read the scriptures and pray for guidance in making life decessions. I am blessed to be able to serve others in my congregation. As a Reserve Deputy Sheriff I have been able to see the different sides of society, I've tried to reach out and help those that I have come in contact with no matter what their current status in society was.

What are some things that tell you there is a God?

Tony
I can't help but look at the world that we live in and see the beauty but to believe that there is a God. Living in the desert you might think that there is nothing beautiful, if you look close enough you can see that God has created beauty every where even in the harshest of enviroments. You can see this in the plants that grow in the desert that have thorns but they also have beautiful flowers, the mountains and sunsets these could only be created by God. Show more Show less