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Hi I'm Craig

My finger prints are on the rocket motors that have placed satellites out into the heavens. I have traveled to Egypt, and Israel.

About Me

I have four adopted children, three girls and one boy. Four grand children, one is now with heavenly father. The children are learning what life is about. I am an engineer and I enjoy wood working, building/making things and fixing things. I am looking forward to the day my sweet heart and I can serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Why I am a Mormon

I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints because I read the book of Mormon and took the challenge given by Moroni and I was answered such that it is very real to me today even as it was in 1972, it is true.

How I live my faith

I consider myself to live my religion daily to the best I can. Some days are very hard and others are very easy. I find peace in all that I do.

What do Mormons believe happens to us after we die? What do Mormons believe about life after death?

Craig
March 2014, I was able to visit the sites of the ancient world. I saw for myself and wondered what the people had when they built and used this temple, is it all gone? How did they lose it? They spent their life preparing for death or trying not to die? What does all this mean? Why did the guide not just read to us what is on the wall? Why did he tell stories that seem to fit, yet do not? I can only imagine what goes through others minds as they attend this place and hear someone explain it all, surely they want to know the truth, and not just stories, right? Ok, perhaps it is just entertainment to most, but what if there is truth behind it all and how does that affect me now, in 2014? If one seeks truth, are they willing to accept it, or just throw the truth to the crocodiles? Truth to be truth must exist for ever. As I looked at this temple built thousands of years ago I was pleased to see a representation of what I today know as truth. It was very satisfying to see right there before my eyes a depiction of what I have been practicing since I first attended a temple. The basic concept starts even with the calling the ancient structure I was standing within, a Temple. Show more Show less