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Hi I'm Bill Freeze

I joined the church in 1973 while attending BYU. I met my wife ay college and we have raised our 5 daughters in the LDS faith.

About Me

My wife Linda and I have been married for 42 years. We met at BYU, where I joined the Church. We raised our 5 daughters in the LDS faith and we now have 18 grand-children that keep us very busy. We love going to sporting events that the kids participate in and we are active theatre goers. We have a wonderful ward that we attend in Highland, Utah and we stay busy with ward activities and church callings. We are grateful for the blessings that we enjoy as members of the LDS church. We feel blessed to live in Utah and we know we are blessed to experience the freedoms that living in the United States offers us.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because the teaching of the church bring me closer to Jesus Christ. I have felt the power of the atonement in my life in repenting of past mistakes and also the relief of major disappointments in life. I have found the more I strive to keep the commandments that my testimony of the truthfulness of the restored Gospel is increased. One of the great joys of being a Mormon is to see others embrace the Gospel and join the church. It is rewarding to see the peace, confidence, maturity, kindness, caring and love that the Gospel of Jesus Christ can bring into your life. It is not always easy to be a Mormon, but it is always worth it to stand up for what you know is right!

How I live my faith

The Church has blessed our lives by teaching us the true principles thrift, self-reliance and the Word of Wisdom. We stay active and healthy by eating good food and regular exercise. We love the opportunity to home teach and visit teach families in our ward. I have the rewarding challenge to teach the older men in our ward....the High Priests....a priesthood lesson each month. My wife works with the young women in our ward on activities that they are interested in doing. We have 18 grand-children and we strive to attend their activities at school and church. We also enjoy having our family over at least a couple Sundays each month for family dinner. Our greatest joy comes as we see our family grow, progress and strive to serve others.