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Hi I'm Josh

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have lived in California practically my whole life. I attend church every week and serve as co-chair of our singles ward's activities committee. With that responsibility, I have the opportunity to meet new people on a regular basis and show them what it means to be a mormon and what we do outside of our sunday church meetings. On top of my church responsibilities, I am a small business owner for a company called King-Adams Real Estate. As a person who works in the service industry I get the opportunity to show the public how members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints conduct business and live their lives on a day-to-day basis. I am proud to be a mormon and I invite anyone who is curious about our church to look into it with an open heart and mind. I know that we are doing our Lord's work here and I can guarantee that you will feel His love in your life when you keep an open mind and truly search for for answers.

Why I am a Mormon

Everyone is asked and expected to find for themselves of the truthfulness of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Although I was born into the church, I didn't know for myself whether it was true or not until a few years ago. It was only after sincere study of the truths that are taught in the church and prayer for confirmation of these great truths that I received my answer. Why am I a Mormon? Because I know it is the path that my Father in Heaven has asked me to follow and I believe with all my heart that it is the path He wants for all His children.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by doing my best to serve others in any way I can. At church, I hold a leadership position which requires a small portion of my time each week and gives me the opportunity to ensure that the needs of each member of our local church are being met. I, along with several other men in the church, am working each week to make progress and bring the happiness we feel to others who stand in need of encouragement. I do my best to share my hope and joy with all who are willing to listen, whether they are members of the church or not.