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Hi I'm Greg

I like to travel, see the world, spend time with my family, and yes I'm a Mormon because it help me be closer to Christ.

About Me

I am married to a wonderful person that betters my life. We have 3 boys together. 2 of my boys have a condition called Fragile X Syndrome and are also within the Autistic spectrum. As a family we enjoy traveling and experiencing this great land we live in. I meet my wife in Southern Utah when going to school at Dixie College. We were living in the Salt Lake City area for many years. Then in 2011 a work opportunity moved us to the Denver CO area.

Why I am a Mormon

I understand for some to see that sense I was raised in the church that it would be easy for me to just be a Mormon. The real page turner to my faith or conversion story happened while on my mission in the Philippines. My mission leader found out that I had not read the Book of Mormon fully. When he discovered that he challenged me to read it in a month. Well for me it took just a hair over a month (about 5 weeks) but I completed the challenge. After the reading the Book of Mormon I prayed and asked if this was really part of Jesus Christ's true Gospel. What I felt is hard to describe but the feeling of peace I had helped secure the reason I was serving the Lord. I developed more then just a faith, it's a real knowledge that the Book of Mormon is true and this is His Gospel.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by not only attending church regularly; I try and be an example of was a church member should be. This is especially true when I'm around people I work with. I'm probably the oddball that does not speak the "warehouse type of talk". I believe it is important to pray daily, read and study the gospel, serve in the temple monthly. I have a calling in our local congregation with helping my oldest special needs son behave within our children's group (Primary) while at the same time assist teaching his class.