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Hi I'm Kyle

I am an optimist, a college basketball junkie, a lover of stand up comedy, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the youngest of 3. I grew up in Georgia, moved to Utah when I was in 11th grade, and now I am back in Georgia serving a 2 year mission. I attended college for 1 year studying to become a high school math teacher and basketball coach, but I may change to become a pediatric doctor. I love everything about basketball. I love to watch movies, comedies are by far my favorite. I could probably live off of pop-tarts and muffins. I believe everything in life has a divine purpose and happens for a reason...And I do mean everything.

Why I am a Mormon

I suppose the traditional answer would be because I was born into the church and was raised up as a mormon. However, I do not like being traditional. I believe we all have to get off of our parents ambilical cord someday and find out what we believe for ourselves. My parents moved out of state when I was 18, so I quit going to church every week, and began to doubt my beliefs. However, I decided one day I was going to find out if what I was taught my whole life was true. So, I sat down and began to read the Book of Mormon for myself and by about page 64, I felt a force and power that I had not been too accustomed to feeling up to that point in my life. I knelt down and prayed, in my empty house, and by the power of the Holy Ghost, I have obtained a witness from God that the Book of Mormon is true and was written by prophets long ago to help us follow Christ, and just as important, become like Him.

How I live my faith

Currently I have the great opportunity to serve as a full-time missionary. We go out for 2 years, teaching anyone and everyone about the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. We invite everyone to find out for themselves, through prayer, if what we teach is true and invite them to make covenants, or promises, with God.