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Hi I'm Craig

I was born and raised in AZ, served a mission in Chile, and am now back in the same area raising a family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a University graduate who lives in the southwest of the USA with an amazing wife and two great kids. I am now busy working as clinic manager for an expanding integrative medical clinic. Life is fast and sweet with lots of challenges that seem to help us strengthen and develop our weaknesses.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon for one main reason. I read the Book of Mormon which was written by the prophets of old here on the American continent, It was brought to light by God at the appropriate time and entrusted to Joseph Smith to translate for the preparation of the Second Coming of Christ in these latter-days. The Book of Mormon has a promise that says to read the book, to then ponder the teachings, to then pray to God asking Him if the Book of Mormon is true. I had to ask God with a sincere heart, having faith that He could tell me for sure if it was true, and real intent to know for myself the veracity of the book. When I did this, the promise came true for me. Physically, I felt a great warmth and tingling which covered my body like a blanket. Emotionally, I was overcome with a feeling of God's love for me, and gratefulness for the knowledge of the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon. Mentally, I had no doubt that what I had read was true. I knew it and I could not deny it. All this I recognized as the Holy Ghost bearing record to me of the truthfulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ which was restored to this earth to help prepare us all to be a righteous people, serving others and to ready ourselves for the Second Coming of Christ.

How I live my faith

I work in the church helping the men of the church in whatever needs they have. I participate in the Church every Sunday and then some extra days during the month to help organize events, or family teach or help other families that may be in need.