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Hi I'm Robert Cagle

I'm a Mormon. I grew up in Atlanta. I am a Registered Respiratory Care Practitioner, I help people breathe.

About Me

First of all I am a dad to four wonderful children, I call them children even though the oldest is 40 and the youngest is 26. I fought in the Viet Nam war and that changed my life. For at least ten years after the war I was sort of lost. I struggled through college, but finally graduated. In 2003 I returned to college and finished a BS degree. I love to turn wood on a lathe to make bowls, candle sticks, vases etc and I love to fish. Music is a must in my life. I just love music.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a Mormon for over thirty years and I can still remember the day I felt the Spirit of our Heavenly Father for the first time from a missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. A knock on our door and I opened it to see two missionaries standing before me. One introduced himself and said they would like the share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with my wife and me. I recall looking him in the eyes and it was as if our souls were talking to each other. I knew right then that the Lord had sent them to us. We invited them in and that began our journey. The information we gained was full of completeness for I had known a lot of scripture in my life but never had I known how it all related to me, here and now.

How I live my faith

I work in a hospital and have many friends who ask me questions about The Church and how it effects my life. I am privileged to attend all of the high risk baby deliveries and each time I see a newborn baby I know that it is a renewal to my soul. What a blessing it is to help these children of God into the world. I take the father and tell him to put his finger in the palm of his newborn's hand; as he does the baby will grasp it and hold on and I tell him that this baby will need to hold on to you as an example for the rest of their life. At church I teach, with my wife, the thirteen an fourteen year old youth. Sometimes a challenge but always rewarding. It is such a reward to see them grow up and become fine young men and women and they know how to serve others.