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Hi I'm Scott Corbaley

I'm a mormon and have been for life. Lived in Kennewick, Wa. for most of my life. Happily married since 1974 and have 6 kids.

About Me

I am a husband to a beautiful woman and father of 6 wonderful kids, who have since graduated from College and most of them have families of their own. I am a college graduate and have worked in the Nuclear field for almost 30 yrs. Retirement is such a wonderful thing and I have been retired for almost a yr. We are about ready to turn the page on our life and go into the mission field. We have been called to serve in Africa and are looking forward to our experiences there.

Why I am a Mormon

The question of why I am a mormon is answered every time I hear a general authority or speaker in sacrament meeting or a sunday school instructor and feel the spirit letting me know that what they are saying is true. I have been a member all my life and it is difficult for me to know exactly when I received my testimony. I think line upon line it came and I realized that I had a testimony of the first vision, the book of mormon, a prophet on this earth like in the days of old, and we needed a prophet. And all during my mission to the Southern States Mission that testimony continued to grow. And all the life experiences that I have had since then, my college days, my marriage, my time in the military, my time doing my job as a nuclear tech for almost 30 yrs, watching and participating with my wife in the growth of our kids and then as grandkids start coming, after all those years, my testimony has continued to grow. And I believe that as we go to Africa that through that service my wife and I will have the knowledge that God loves all people. That as my wife and I grow our testimony will grow with us, of that I have no doubt.

How I live my faith

Being active and accepting any calling that the Bishop has been inspired to give me. Then magnifying that calling the best you can. Although there have been a number of yrs that I was on shift work, which made it difficult to attend. There were too many yrs like that, I am sorry to say. I have had callings in the primary as teacher and nursery to Executive Secretary for about four Bishops (not all at one time), to Scoutmaster, to Ward Mission Ldr., to ward finance clerk, to my last calling as member of the Bishopric. Actually that is not my last calling before becoming a full time missionary, my wife and I have just been called to be a ward missionary until we leave. So, "How I live my faith" being active and fulfilling your callings and always with a smile.