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Hi I'm Robert M. Anderson

I am a Mormon, I love serving in any capacity.

About Me

I am a father of 5 children and a grandfather of 13. Graduated from High School in 1964. My first job was that of an assistant sexton in three different cemetery's. Love to hunt and fish. Love movies and music. Love to garden, enjoy the harvest. Love helping others. Do a little leather work and playing a musical instrument. Love to BBQ and smoke meats. Love Family events. I love the temple, active in my church. Been in catering business for 18 years. Sold Real Estate for six years, worked for IRS for 13 years. I am a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because, I believe in what the religion stands for. It teaches love, patience, unshelfishness, love one another treat everyone as we want to be treated. I believe in the teachings because it teaches me that all will have life after death, It teaches me that eternal life comes to all that follow Christ, keep his commandments, repent and follow Christ. I know that because of the Sacrifice and Atonement of Jesus Christ, that I may be forgiven of my sins and be cleansed. I know that there is a loving Prophet on the earth today. The communication between man and God is once again open. If I follow the prophet, I will not be lead astray. I love the gospel of Jesus Christ and dedicate my life to him. Only through Jesus Christ and Baptism, by one having the true authority may we enter the Kingdom of God. I am proud to be called a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latte-Day Saints.

How I live my faith

I am active in church. I worked with the young men in our ward, ages 11-18. I taught the youth. I was a missionary and worked with missionaries. I was part on the PTA committee. I organized church activities, including the food and entertainment. I assisted with scouting.