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Hi I'm Frank

I was born in the United Kingdom. I have a lovely wife, three sons and a grandchild on the way. I am a Mormon

About Me

I work all over Europe as a self employed trainer and conference speaker. I work mainly in the turfcare sector training groundsmen and greeenkeepers. They are great to work with so I am very happy in my job. I love to travel, visit people and spend time with my family. A number of my family members now live abroad and this is great for holiday trips. I like to get involved in the community and I serve on various committees in different capacities - helping out if I can. My favourite TV show is 'The Daily Show' on Comedy Central and I like to watch Grand Sumo on TV or online. I can listen to all types of music at any time of the day. On Sundays I like to listen to classical music but when I am in the car I like to rock!

Why I am a Mormon

I met the Mormon missionaries when I was thirteen years old. They were the first adults to take me seriously. I had been active with my school friends as a choir member in my local church but I was concerned about what happens to people after they die. Would I be saved? Would I be playing a harp on a cloud in the sky - for eternity? What would I actually be DOING in the afterlife? The Mormon missionaries answered all my questions. I prayed to know that the Book of Mormon was true. I got an answer to my prayers and I was baptised when I was fourteen years of age. As an adult my faith has strengthened me at times of need and brought me much joy and many blessings like family and career. I know that the church is true.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by helping my (unpaid) local Bishop to look after his congregation. I do this by visiting people on his behalf (and reporting back), helping to run events and being prepared to examine my life on a regular basis. It is inspiring to me when people of all ages are self critical and seek to improve themselves and their situations. I have seen many people's lives transformed as they came to terms with the fact that they can be better and they can progress in their lives. When I live my faith I am happier and healthier. My church makes it possible for me to make a difference rather than be a spectator or a passenger in life.