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Hi I'm Leonard

I'm a Mormon but have not always been a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

About Me

I come from goodly parents that loved, protected and provided for me the best they could. I did not know how much they loved me until I had children of my own. I grew up on a small farm and we worked from the time the sun came up until the sun went down six days a week. Only on Sundays did we rest. We had no TV until I was a teenager. I attended college after high school and 20 years later finally graduated. At the age of 24. two years after joining the Church, I served a full-time mission. Now 50 years later I will be serving another mission; only this time it will be with my wife. I worked on an assembly line of an aircraft manufacturing company, in sales for an advertising company, worked driving trucks cross country, as a nursing home administrator and have served in different positions in the Church. Life has been good and just keeps getting better. I love the Lord and bear testimony that He lives and stands at the head of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is my Savior and Redeemer; I do not look to or depend on anyone or anything else for salvation. I am grateful for Joseph Smith and all the prophets that have come after him. I have read the Bible and Book of Mormon many times and have put both to the test, "prayed and sincerely asked God they are true; He has answered my prayers with a sure confirmation by the Holy Spirit that they are indeed true. This is very personal to me but I freely share it and do so in the name of Jesus Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon or member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because of a witness of the Holy Spirit that it is true. I have heard it said the Lord using the Church will make bad men good and good men better. It is not always easy being a Mormon but then again. life is not always easy but both are great and worth living.

How I live my faith

I have worked with young men and young women in the Church, Boy Scouts and other organizations. I did not have the opportunity to go camping as a young boy and think it is good for young men and young women to know the outdoors and experience first hand God's creations in nature.