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Hi I'm J. Casey

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a father of 4 great kids and husband to a beautiful woman. I love God, Sports and my Family .... not in that order. 

Why I am a Mormon

I love Jesus Christ and His church The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It is where I have found the truth, the strength and desire to live the commandments of our loving Heavenly Father. I'm greatful for the Plan of Salvation which guides me and aids me in this life and grants me the power and strength to make it through anything. I look forward to returning to live with my family forever with our Saviour, Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I've been "called" to serve as an Early Morning Seminary Teacher for teenagers 14-18. We have about 18 teens who get up early weekdays before high school to attend a "Bible Study"--(this year studying the New Testament). We discuss the stories of the New Testament and how JESUS CHRIST dealt with man in His Time, setting the ultimate example for us then, and how we can apply the same principles in our day. These teens I teach are such good examples of young people doing what is right--they get up early and are at seminary at 5:55am M-F. They have such stong faith and belief and live to be Christians. I am strengthened to know we have young people who will stay true to their faith ... that helps me live my faith!

Who are the Mormons?

J. Casey
We are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but most folks often call us the 'Mormons'. This is because of our belief in scriptures called the Book of Mormon Another Testiment of Jesus Christ. We are people just like you and your family. We belive in 'Choosing the Right', helping out where we can and of course, we believe in our Saviour, Jesus Christ. We love, we live, we laugh and sometimes we cry like everyone else.  Show more Show less