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Hi I'm Clark Gee

I'm a lot of things, but always a Mormon.

About Me

I ran wild as a child in the wide-open spaces of Wyoming, delivering papers at -40 degrees and learning to ski on the Tetons. Attending Brigham Young University and serving the LDS church in Switzerland and Germany introduced me to the civilized world of music, language, literature and food – which continue to be interests of mine. I attended law school and practiced law for a while, but since 1995 I have been getting my MBA in the School of Hard Knocks. During the day I play at being a businessman and at night I enjoy playing the piano, trying new recipes, and reading about philology.

Why I am a Mormon

Because it is everything it claims to be. I’ve put it to the test every day of my life and it has always come through. Everything about the restored gospel of Jesus Christ is designed to make us better, healthier, purer and, ultimately, happier people – and it succeeds. But you will never know that until you try it. As Christ said, “If any man will do his will, he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God . . . (John 7:17). I invite you to try it and learn for yourself that it is of God.

How I live my faith

Mormonism, as it is called, is not monastic; neither is it a religion to be experienced only in the heart and mind without actually doing something. Rather, it is just the opposite. It is social and fully engaging of both body and soul. Because there is no paid ministry all are invited to be involved. I attend church weekly where I occasionally teach. I visit other members monthly to check on their welfare and help with spiritual needs. In the past I have taught the youth and organized the welfare efforts of 3,500 members that live in my area. Currently I assist with church finances.