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Hi I'm Kyle

I'm a husband and father. I own a software company. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Canada but have lived in Arizona for most of my life. When I was 19 I left home to go teach the people of Russia about the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. After returning home I attended university and graduated with a degree in Business. I also got married to an amazing wife and we now have two beautiful daughters. I'm the President and Co-founder of a small software company and we're in the process of creating software that I believe will have a great impact on small businesses. My hobbies are golf, all other sports, guitar, chess, computers, movies, anything on Discovery or National Geographic, and following my beloved Arizona Cardinals, D-backs, and Phoenix Suns.

Why I am a Mormon

Although I was born into a Mormon family, I was not fully converted to the Church until I was about 16 years old. That's when I read the Book of Mormon for the very first time. Each day while I read I could feel my faith in Christ growing. The Spirit of the Lord burned within me as I pondered and prayed about the truthfulness of what I was reading and I knew that such feelings of peace, happiness, comfort, and joy could only come from God. Despite the many personal weaknesses that I have, I find great strength and comfort in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I believe that as I persist in faith the Lord will heal my wounds and in time help me overcome the things of the world. This gives me great peace and hope in life.

How I live my faith

I try to spend at least a few minutes each day reading the scriptures and thinking about Jesus Christ. This helps me put life in the proper perspective and strengthens my ability to make good choices when I'm faced with temptation. I have served in many capacities within the Church and have learned something new and different from each experience.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

We believe that families will have the opportunity to be together after this life, and that family members have a responsibility to support, love, and help each other. This is why nurturing family relationships is considered to be among the most important purposes of life. Show more Show less

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

No. It is strongly encouraged for worthy young men and women but not required. Show more Show less