47 – Phoenix, Arkansas, United States

I am a brother born and raised in the truth. Living in Arizona my interests...

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About Him

Country of Origin:
United States
Phoenix, Arkansas, United States
5' 10" (178cm)
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Hair Colour:
Light Brown
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Jehovah's Witness
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Marital Status:
Divorced (Free to Remarry)
Looking for:
Friends; Open to possibilities; Marriage
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Bachelors degree
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About Him

I am a brother born and raised in the truth.

Living in Arizona my interests include any activity outdoors from riding motorcycles, to hiking & spending time at my cabin in the mountains to riding horses and wake boarding out on the lake.

I love to study human behavior and enjoy learning about people. I find the greatest joy in not just a cursory study of the society's materials, but true meditation on what Jehovah thinks on matters by his word the bible. I find that the longer you live, and the more you experience in life, the more insight we can have into Jehovah's qualities and his true loving kindness towards us as his children.

I also love to travel, not just in the U.S. but also all over the world. I am by no means a "world traveler" but it seems that lately whenever I get the chance to see new places and experience new people from other cultures, I have yet to be disappointed. I have seen some beautiful places in Mexico, the Caribbean, south Chile (to name just a few for example) which always amaze me and make reflect on Jehovah's unmatched simple beauty, yet intrinsic complexity. I realize that it is a lame analogy, but I liken it to the first time you see the Grand Canyon or a blazing desert sunset. I don\'t care who you are in this life, if you are a true son or daughter of Jehovah, you immediately feel the entire gamete of emotions from being in a breathless state of awe to the feeling of gratefulness in being so small in the grand scheme of things that you almost feel unworthy to be able to witness Jehovah's glory.

My goals are simple, to make it through this system of things and come out the other side still a servant of Jehovah. That being said, I have served as a ministerial servant for seven years and stepped aside at the time of my divorce three years ago. I loved the privilege and found the greatest joy in serving the friends but when my wife left both myself and Jehovah I felt stepping aside was the right thing to do. Who knows, maybe I'll serve again some day when the time is right should Jehovah want that for me.

About His Ideal Match

I am looking for someone who has been in a similar situation. By that I mean someone who really understands that this life is full of problems and disappointments, however, can still enjoy all the good times left to be had even in this system of things.

I would also like to find someone who likes to talk. Not just about trivial things but a woman that is not afraid of truly opening herself up.

My favorite writer very eloquently expressed what I feel is the state of true love in this system as follows:

"It is like the dusk, as you watch the sky slowly changing color as the sun goes down, that brief flickering moment when day suddenly turns into night.

Dusk, I realize then... is just an illusion, because the sun is either above the horizon or below it. That means day and night are linked in a way few things are; there cannot be one without the other, yet they cannot exist at the same time. How would it feel, to be always together, yet forever apart?"

My experiences - some good, some bad, have led me to believe that true love in this system could be - just an illusion. I find it ironic because looking back, that is the love I felt for my wife, and similarly the love I have felt for Jehovah... always together, yet forever apart.

Regardless, whether it be an illusion or not, I want to find my true love again... in this system or the next.

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