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Hi I'm Robert Moon

I live in Gilbert, Arizona, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have been married since 1992 to the woman of my dreams. Together we have four sons and live in Arizona. I was born in southern California, and grew up in western Washington. I went to college at the University of Utah and law school at Arizona State University. I have practiced law in Phoenix since 1999.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member of the Church all my life. I was fortunate to grow up in circumstances and in a family of strong, active members of the Church, but who never forced me to attend Church or participate in Church activities. I learned at a young age that Heavenly Father would answer my prayers, and even as a very young child I knew that He lived and that He led the Church. As I grew older, I developed an appreciation for the scriptures, and continued to develop a relationship with my Heavenly Father. Through prayer and searching the scriptures, I have developed an intense love for my Savior and His gospel. I know that He loves us, and has restored His Church to the Earth at a time when we need it the most. I am a Mormon because I know the Church is true, and provides us with the path that will lead us back to the Lord and blesses us throughout our lives

How I live my faith

One of the things I love most about the Church is the opportunity it gives us to help others. Our first priority is always to our families, but close behind that is the privilege we have of serving our neighbors and friends. I appreciate the friendships I have with other members of the Church in my neighborhood, and am grateful to be able to help them when the need arises. Our family has also been blessed with the opportunity to receive the love and assistance of others from time to time. I am thankful to be part of an organization that helps us look beyond our selves.