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Hi I'm Guy

I am a single Father of 8 Daughters, and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am a single Father of 8 Daughters who spent a decade in the 80's working as a musician/DJ/Music Producer on the Sunset Strip. I have now returned to that field. As a Family we love music, singing, dancing, arts and crafts, reading, shopping, local travel and exploring, picnics, games, picking flowers, and just about anything that you can think of that little girls like to do, including tea parties with imaginary friends. I myself like to cook, host, read, play chess, shop for antiques, road trips to anywhere, museums, historical places, going to yard/tag sales, thrift shops, live theatre, poetry readings, movies, listen to music and sing, camping, fishing.

Why I am a Mormon

In a world of capitulation and appeasement, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the only one I have found that stands up for the Lord. The world may be a struggle to live in, but as a Mormon, we stand by Heavenly Father and our Brother Jesus Christ, and no matter how dark it appears in the scariest of hours, we cling tight to the iron rod, and follow it into the light, because we know there will always be a light waiting at the end of that particular struggle. Where others will surrender, and compromise to the will of the world, we as Mormons stand by, and renew our covenants regularly, because we are a people of our word, and we keep our word.

How I live my faith

Family Home Evening is important to us, it is the one time during the week that we can count on for being together as a Family, and sharing the things that we love together. We are always on the lookout for an opportunity to lend a helping hand out to a friend or neighbor because we believe that the "Walk" is always a better testimony than the "Talk"...

In whom should we have faith?

Both the Bible and the Book of Mormon give the EXACT SAME ANSWER to this age old question. We are to have Faith in God our Heavenly Father, Faith in His Son, our Elder Brother, Jesus Christ, and Faith in the Holy Ghost, also called the Holy Spirit. Putting Faith in ourselves and others almost always fails doesn't it? One way or another, we end up missing the mark somewhere, or others that we entrust with our faith end up being just a "human" as we are, and are subject to the same failure that we are. With a Holy God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost, we have no fear of failure when we place our Faith in them, we only have a guarantee of success in His Will coming to its fruition in our lives, through our Faith and trust, showing obedience by following to the best of our ability, the commandments that He gives us.. Show more Show less

How can I know Mormonism is true?

How do we know that anything is true? What do we do? Simple, we search for, and find the answer ourselves. If you want to know what the Book of Mormon is, there is only one way to find out, and that is to read it yourself. Don't let others "tell you" what "they think" the Book of Mormon is, put it to the ultimate test! Read the book, then pray to Heavenly Father, and ask Him if it is true. He is not going to lie to you obviously, and with over 14 million estimated members of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints, there had to had been at least one instance that the Lord would have spoken up if the Church were not true... Show more Show less

Do Mormons regard the Bible as Holy Scripture and the word of God?

Yes we do! The Bible is now, and has always been the Word of God, and will be on into the future. I use it in my dealings everyday at home and in the community, I use it at Church during different hours and classes of the services, my children use it during their classes, we use it at home for our own studies, and Family Home Evening. It is what "Judeo-Christianity" is built on, it is also an important part of the Christian Worldview, and for the Mormon, it is no different than it would be for other Christians. The Book of Mormon is simple to understand. It is not a replacement for the Bible, but a supplement, another testament of Jesus Christ, it reinforces the Bible, and reads parallel with it. Show more Show less