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Hi I'm Murray Ceff

I work with disadvantaged youth and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I manage a small surfboard businesses as well as working with kids who are homeless. I also work part-time for a physical therapy supply company. The kids I work with don't have the advantage in life of having parents that love and support them so their behaviours can be quite challenging at times. I have a family of my own, a gorgeous wife and two beautiful daughters. I live in Australia.

Why I am a Mormon

This is a bit of a tricky question. How do I say that I know that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the Lord's true Church without offending anyone? It's not easy, but nonetheless, that is the reason I joined this Church as a twenty-four year old. Would not have been baptized and confirmed by the Elders if I didn't know they had the authority to do so. That was very important to me.

How I live my faith

I try to live up to the standards of the Gospel. That's not always easy, living in a country where LDS are a very small minority. I also work in businesses where very few other Christians work, so I really "stand out", hopefully in a positive way. In my local Church ward, I run the youth program for boys. I enjoy taking them surfing, rock climbing and other fun activities, as well as helping them to live their faith.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Murray Ceff
Well, Mormons help everyone that they can. It would be very selfish of us not to help someone just because they did not share our faith. The Church donates both monetarily and physically, in very substantial amounts, to assist victims of natural disasters all over the world. Show more Show less

Does The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints endorse political parties?

Murray Ceff
The Church is politically neutral, but it does encourage members to vote and be involved, where possible, in civic responsibilities. Show more Show less