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Hi I'm Kevin

I love hunting, fishing, camping and everything else that you learn to do growing up on a cattle ranch. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up on a cattle ranch, where I learned the value of hard work and family. I also learned how enjoyable it can be to spend your days outdoors. I enjoy spending time with my family, hunting, shooting, fishing, camping, baseball, and a good hard days work. I also enjoy farming and hope to one day be able to return to it. I am currently working in hospital administration in Georgia.  

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are true. I have studied the teachings in the the Book of Mormon and the Bible and prayed about them to know they are true. I feel blessed to know the answers to many of life's questions and hope to continue to learn more about the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I live my faith in many ways. Right now I am serving as a leader in the local church. Basically, I am in charge of the younger group of guys in our church and am responsible for looking after the people that live in this area. I visit as many people in the church as I can to try to offer support and help where it is needed. I try to project a good example to people around me as well. I believe that setting a good example is one of the best ways to teach others about your beliefs. I am actively involved in the boy scouting program and am currently working with the explorer scouts at my hospital to try to encourage them to pursue a career in healthcare. I am involved in a lot of service projects. The guys at church and myself have helped people landscape their yards, have cleaned up buildings, have been involved in community service projects, and have moved many people over the last couple of years. I am grateful for the opportunity to rub shoulders with other people and help those that stand in need.