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Hi I'm Mark

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a father of four and a husband of 23 years. My occupation is in Human Resource technology. Our family is pretty simple... we like to hang out at the house, usually watching some cartoons, maybe playing a board game or sometimes swimming. And I'm Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm Christian and have a firm faith in Jesus Christ. Being Mormon strengthens my faith and gives me ample opportunity to teach those values in our home to our children, which is preparing them with a toolset of Faith and Hope that they need today.

How I live my faith

I work with the young men. One experience we did this summar was a hike in the Grand Canyon to a tribal village with waterwalls called Havasupai. The name we dubbed our trip was "Living Water". Our hike was in August… in Arizona. It was hot. We told the 16 young men going that there were three rules. First, buddy system. Second…. drink lots of water. Third ... drink more water. Havasupai is challenging. It’s not overly dangerousr or risky if you prepare and heed these guidelines. Though, over the years, it has claimed the lives of a number of people. So it is with life. Telling the boys to drink, drink and drink was no coincidence. It was part of the theme. At various times I asked the boys if there were times when they were thirsty during their journey. All of them as some point thirsted. Some, who were less prepared, relied on others. A few really suffered and came close to dehydration. Water sustains life. Our Saviour equally can sustain our life. When we thirst for peace, answers, consolation, forgiveness, understanding…. Our thirst can be quenched. In response to the women at the well regarding the water found therein, our Lord taught…“Whosoever drinketh of this water shall thirst again…But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life.” The Lord was referring to himself, his Gospel. He encouraged us to drink deeply. We should turn to the Lord, drink deeply and thus have our thirst for peace quenched. Jesus lives today. John 14. He is Living Water and whosoever drinks of his Gospel and lives in the boundaries he has defined for us, will find peace and joy.