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Hi I'm Ronald

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Registered Nurse, former volunteer Paramedic and firefighter, Red Cross shelter manager and disaster nurse, ex-military. I have just submitted my first patent and I would love to recertify my pilot's license and become a Dive Master. I am very much into genealogy.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member of other denominations for the great reasons each held for me. By the people this church is represented, I have found the better faith that I have not found any better and continue to find reasons not to go back to my former beliefs.

How I live my faith

Having been a firefighter/paramedic, I would be a natural ER nurse but all the hospitals insist on working 24/7 and I know what day I shouldn't work so I don't. I continue to serve the community as an Election clerk.

What blessings can you receive from reading the Book of Mormon, the Bible, and other scriptures?

You should read the book, but if not now, consider the best evidence of those who have; They are a delightsome people. They have improved their lives by choice. They have sought the well being of their soul and have nurtured their physical wellness. They have turned their heart to their forefathers and fulfill the mosaic law of honoring parents. And have compassion for their fellow man. Those who are fewer in number that are its detractors invariably have not read all the principles and precepts that improve the human condition and are the best evidence in opposition as to why you should read the book. It stands on its own merit, it is inspired by a loving God who desires the best for His children and best of all allows you the choice to decide these things. Lastly, I testify that I have read the book, and have become a better person for it, and only desire for you to have the same. You should read the book just for the promises it holds. Show more Show less