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Hi I'm Grant Neale

I was born in Rhodesia now called Zimbabwe, I spent my teens growing up in England and I am a police officer 'Bobby'.

About Me

I grew up in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe and wanted to be a game ranger as I loved the outdoors ands nature, but left with my family to England when I was 12. England has been my home ever since and I have come to love my new home and the diverse people that share this small island. I was able to serve as a Missionary for the mormon church in the England Coventry Mission. My relatives are English and my granddad was a London 'Bobby', my dad was also a Police Officer in Rhodesia, likewise I am also a London 'Bobby' and like my grandfather and father before me, I shall this year also be getting my Police Long Service Medal. I am married and have four wonderful children, my hobbies include any outdoor activity, in particular 'Bushcraft'. I have been writing as a kit reviewer for 7 years in the Bushcraft & Survival Skills magazine. My articles have been translated into many languages and I really enjoy getting and testing kit.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe that I am a mormon because first an foremost I choose to be one. I choose on a daily basis to recommit myself to be a mormon. Being a mormon to me means that I feel that having a faith and belief in a Heavenly Father, his Son Jesus and the Holy Ghost is the most important thing in my life. I love them and feel that they love me and all people everywhere on the earth whether past, present or future regardless of race, culture, gender and lifestyle. We are a family and as a mormon I can live, act and serve knowing I do so with all the truths and Authority of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I am a Mission Adviser and have recently had the pleasure of helping prepare and submit the mission papers for 5 of our young men who are now either serving or about to go on their missions. It has been exciting working with and learning from these fine chaps.