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Hi I'm Don

I grew up as a Mormon in Utah, I am now a religious educator for the church. I love live and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am married to a beautiful woman, the love of my life and we have six children. I also have four grandchildren. I am a religious educator for the church; I love planes and flying, being up in the sky gives one the perspective God has. I enjoy being with my children and grandchildren, yard work, RC planes, card games, movies and going to baseball games. I love being a Mormon!

Why I am a Mormon

As I said before, the church has changed me as a person and filled my life with joy and happiness unspeakable, I want all to enjoy what I have found. Through the church I have been taught eternal truths that not only guide and bless me in this life, but show me what is to come in the next and how to be prepared for it. I have learned that as a family we can be together forever, that's what I want, one lifetime with my family is just not enough, I want to be with them forever and the church has provided the way to make that happen. I believe with all my heart in the teachings of this church. That's why I am a Mormon!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by practicing it as fully as I possibly can. My greatest joys and happiness in life have come through the living and following the teachings and practices of my religion. I have served in the church throughout my adult life and as a young man served a full-time, two year proselyting mission. I believe in Christ as my Savior and Redeemer, without him and his grace I would be lost. The church helps me become a better Christian and true disciple of Christ. As a religious educator, I love teaching and testifying of eternal truth to the young people of the church. I get excited when I see the principles I teach light up the faces and change the lives of my students. That is a joy that is hard to describe, but is real. The church has changed my life so I want to spend my time helping others see how it can change theirs for the better too.