What Is a Church Community?
Loading.....

The video player could not be built.

Do you want to chat with a missionary?

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Start a chat or call us at 1-888-537-6600.

Hi I'm Ron

I grew up liking people. Working and playing with people has always been something that I have enjoyed.

About Me

The thing I seemed to enjoy most in life was being with people. I find the people around me to have talents and interests that make each of them outstanding and interesting. Coaching young boys in baseball and putting them in the places they could succeed was a beginning of my search for the best in those I associated with. I believe there is something important about getting others to discover things they never new about themselves.

Why I am a Mormon

I feel that I have always been drawn to the things church. From the days as a young boy looking from the outside of the building, I have wanted to be with the church people. As a young man, I felt a spirit of love and inclusion from my teachers and leaders. Participating Sunday and weekly activities filled me with confidence that what I was doing was good and proper. Finally, as a missionary, I was able to experience the blessings of the message of the gospel and the need for strong, inspired leaders. I believe that the message of the restoration brings stability and strength to my life. Being part of this church in a strength to me.

How I live my faith

I spent more than ten years coaching little league baseball. When I think back over the hours drilling players to run, hit, catch, and be a team mate, I am filled with joy and satisfaction. I have spent just as many years involved with young men in scouting and religious activities. It thrill to see them develop character and confidence. After years of youth, I have spent time with much of the adult world doing things for the community. I have served on community councils, young business leaders groups, and in the local councils of the church. I thing we have made a real difference in my community.