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Hi I'm Danny

I grew up in Arizona, USA. I own a small insurance agency. I have 6 children and 22 grandchildren and a beautiful wife

About Me

I am an insurance agent for a living. I love the outdoors. Hunting and camping and riding ATV's at the dunes. I have 6 children, 22 grandchildren.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized whn I was 8. My family is traditionally LDS. I come from a long line of Mormon pioneers. I found out for myself when I was 19 that the church was true. Up to that time I lived on my parents faith. I was struggling with the decision to serve a full time mission. I had a good job but I worked alone most of the day and The Spirit worked on me constantly. I knew what I needed to do but did not have the courage. It took me about 8 months to get the courage to serve a mission. Everything good in my life I can trace back to that decision to put my faith in The Lord and respond to a prophets call to serve a mission. I gained my own personal testimony of the truthfulness of the restored gospel by study, service and faith. The Lord has always answered my prayers. I know the LDS Church is God's true church, not because of my intellect or any profound heavenly visitations but because The Holy Ghost has quietly whispered to my heart that it is true. Families can be together forever only through the ordinances performed by someone holding the proper authority from God. I believe this authority is found in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

How I live my faith

I have been a member of the local rotary club and its president. I have served on our local electric cooperative board of directors. I have served as a teacher of the youth in our church. I've served as a Bishop of the LDS Ward in which I live. I have also served as the Stake President of our local Stake. I am presently serving as a sealer in a temple near our home.