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Hi I'm Morris

I live in connecticut and enjoy golf, cycling, horseback riding, and raising a large variety of fruit. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Our family has enjoyed growing up in Idaho, Michigan, and Connecticut. We have found wonderful friends and neighbors every where we have lived. Our children have been blessed by friends that have a faith in God and good standards. We have a strong family relationship. Even though our children now live in Tennessee, Texas, and Utah, we regular call, text, email, and tweet to keep in touch. We love our horses, cats, and our dog Saide that died last year. Our faith in God has added strength to sustain us through many challenges and uncertain times. We bare our witness that God has called a prophet and 12 apostles today with whom and through whom he communicates and guides his church today. This faith as a family has been a source of great happiness for us and strengthened our relationships of love.

Why I am a Mormon

I received a testimony early in my life that has been the core to who I am and has guided the decisions I make in life. I have always been grateful for the strength and security that this testimony has provided.

How I live my faith

I am currently called to be the ward mission leader. In this calling I am responsible for coordinating the work that the missionaries do in the ward and the support that the ward gives them on a weekly basis. This has been such a fun calling. It gives me the opportunity to see the joy in new members lives as they embrace the gospel and they too find a testimony that God lives and has established his church here on earth today. Service is a cornerstone to our church. Christ set the example as he served others. We serve each other in our family and we meet each others needs as members. The same spirit is extended to all in need.