Born and raised in Long Beach, California, David Alan Armstrong received his B.A. in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University and his M.S. in Instructional Technology from the University of Southern California. The author spent many years in the cold-war aerospace industry of Southern California as a computer programmer, analyst and project manager before moving his family to Utah and working for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Information and Communications Solutions Department. Now retired, David and his wife Evelyn own plots in the Kaysville City cemetery, so Kaysville is home. The couple raised three children and now enjoy five grandchildren.
This book is half scripture commentary, half memoir, and one hundred percent testimony. I want my family—and anyone else who cares to read—to know that I have a testimony of Jesus, which is the spirit of prophecy (see Revelation 19:10).
This writing may not be inscribed on gold plates or cached in a pharoah’s tomb, but I hope it is handed down from one generation to the next until the Messiah returns to rule and reign and to make all things known that can be known.