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Hi I'm Harold

I grew up in Utah. I love working with my family, cattle and horses. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My wife and I have raised 6 kids and are surrounded by lots of grandchildren. They are the light of our lives. We live in a rural setting and have horses and participate in local horse-related activities. Some of our family lives near us, and others are far away, but we love to get together, especially for family reunions. We have activities for a full week and can't seem to get enough of each other. It is the highlight of our year.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with a legacy of faith that goes back several generations. I was taught at my mother's knee the principles of the Gospel, and she taught me how to pray. The Lord blessed me in my youth with a conviction of the rightness of the Gospel plan, and has confirmed that conviction in the many varied experiences of my life. I served as an LDS missionary in the midwestern United States as a young man and received strong witnesses of the Holy Spirit as to the truthfulness of the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ through the Prophet Joseph Smith. I love the scriptures; the Book of Mormon and the Bible and the other books of scripture. We have lived in many places and done many things and appreciate the tender mercies of the Lord in our lives.

How I live my faith

We live in a rural community surrounded by neighbors, some of who are members of our faith and some who are not. I served in the local ward in the leadership of the men's organization whose primary responsibility was ministering to the needs of the mature members and families. We participate in lots of service projects, dinners, and visits. Currently, my wife and I have been called as senior missionaries to the Kansas Wichita mission, and are preparing to travel to serve there.

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

Harold
We are firm believers in eternal family relationships. We love our family and are trying to do everything possible to ensure that we can be together forever. Each of has our own free will, so you can't force anyone to participate, but we love each one and our family motto is "No Empty Chairs", referring to everyone gathered at God's feast in Heaven together. We want to be together. Show more Show less