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Hi I'm Clay Wagner

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am married to the girl of my dreams and have three beautiful children. Halle who is six, Chloe who is four, and Tripp is almost two. I graduated college from Arizona State University and enjoy watching ASU athletics. I enjoy spending time with my family and playing competitive softball. I work as General Manager for a Solar & Plumbing contractor in Mesa Arizona.

Why I am a Mormon

I know God lives and he has a plan for each of his children. In that plan Jesus Christ atoned for the sins of all mankind and has made it possible for everyone to return to live with Heavenly Father again. I know God calls prophets to teach us more about Christ and his plan of happiness. I know Joseph Smith was called of God to restore Jesus Christ's church as in ancient times when He walked the earth. I believe that the Book of Mormon was translated by the prophet Joseph Smith and is scripture written for our time by ancient prophets who lived on the American continent. The Holy Ghost a member of the Godhead has witnessed to me these things are true.

How I live my faith

I am privileged to teach a Sunday school class of eight and nine year old children. I enjoy teaching them doctrines found in the New Testament. Recently in class while one of the students was reading a passage of scripture about the power of the Holy Ghost she was able to feel and recognize the presence of this member of the Godhead. She was able to testify of the love, peace, and truth she felt as she read that passage of scripture. The class was edified by this simple testimony of truth. I was grateful for the opportunity to help her feel and recognize the power of the Holy Ghost. I try to live my life in a way that I can constantly feel the presence of the Holy Ghost. I know that comes from loving God, my fellow men, and being obedient to Gods commandments.