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Hi I'm Greg

I grew up in the church in Las Vegas. Seved a mission in Montana. I am a father of 9, husband of 1, and I am a Mormon!

About Me

I'm a normal guy in the western world. I love people. I love laughing and word-play. I'm writing several books. Writing helps me heal past hurts. I lost my dad in 2012. He was young to die as compared with others but I know God is aware of him and he is just fine. I know I'll be with my father again. He's in the capable hands of a God who loves him. I know Jesus Christ is my Savior. I love Him.

Why I am a Mormon

I have searched far and wide for the truth. Even though I was raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (the faith of the Mormons) I found myself looking elsewhere for several years. What I found was the same thing I once knew. I rediscovered that God has established his church on earth. He invites us all to return to him through baptism and other important steps of spiritual progression. I love him. And I know he loves me. I'm a Mormon because its God's true church on earth. And I have received a witness from him in answer to my prayers. I know its true. I have no interest in contending that truth is found the world over. Indeed existence itself is evidence of truth. But I do testify that God has established a way back to him. We are his children. If we have the desire to return to him we only need to ask how. And he will teach us how. He will lead us home.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith with exactness. I'm aware that I'm not perfect. God has given me many gifts. I hold dear the gift of agency, the right and ability to choose. I choose the best I can. I remember that after all I can do Christ's atonement, his suffering, death and resurrection for me, supplies what I cannot. I live to know God personally. He wants me to have joy. I try to remember that.