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Hi I'm Dale

I'm a happy husband and a pre-dental student. I love a good board game or a great comedy. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a newly married man and I love it. Spending time with my wife is my favorite thing in the world. We are so excited to start a family one day. I am currently enrolled in a pre-dental course at university, with a huge workload. This means that I am in school full-time. I love learning and being challenged in my schoolwork. I love speaking spanish and I am trying to learn french. I enjoy comedies and can't help quoting from my favorites pretty much every day.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that this church contains the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. I know this because I have read the Book of Mormon and prayed to God, asking to know if it is so. He has answered those prayers through the Holy Spirit. I choose to follow the Savior's Gospel because of its fruits. I grew up in a Mormon household, and I am so grateful for the wonderful examples of my parents. I knew from an early age that not every family was as happy and strong as my own, and it wasn't hard to make the connection between that and the gospel in our home. Now that I am a husband with a home of my own, I want to build a family that is as strong and enjoys those same blessings, and I know that the only path is through this gospel.

How I live my faith

I am a volunteer leader with the young men in our congregation, from ages 12 to 18. I enjoy teaching them on sundays and having activities with them on weekdays. These activities range from playing basketball to cooking competittions, and we always try to plan service projects to help those in need. I help the young men complete a "Duty to God" program, which helps each of them to set life goals in all aspects of their life, and to learn the gospel of Jesus Christ. Outside of the church, I try to let my actions reflect my faith. Most people I get to know are aware that I am a Mormon, and I try to be open about my beliefs. People often have questions about my service as a missionary, serving for 2 years in Argentina. I try to share the joy that I have received with those around me.