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Hi I'm Tyler

I ride a unicycle. I am optimistic. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

There has been joy in my life because I have embraced the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He knows us personally and perfectly. Coming to know that has helped me feel joy. I have done a lot of things. I ride a unicycle, play frisbee, ran track, practiced taekwon do, played video games, play croquett, etc. All of that is fun in this life, but will only bring temporary happiness. The most important moments in my life have been within the bonds of my family.   

Why I am a Mormon

Early in my life I was taught the importance of church attendance. We always attended church. There was not a Sunday morning I remember that involved the decision of going. We simply did. As I slowly learned each Sabbath day the principle of the gospel, it began to be clear why we do what we do. Why we live what is preached. It was because God wanted to provide us with blessings that would be beneficial to our lives. He wanted us to enter into his presence once again and be with Him. He is able to instruct us when we meet with open ears and with eyes to see. I am taught throughout the scriptures the good news of Jesus Christ. I know that through faith in Him we can repent and be forgiven. Being baptized and receiving the Holy Ghost will help us to endure to the end and become the people Jesus wants us to be. I am taught these basic principles through the Book of Mormon. It is clear to know the will of the Lord when you read the book with faith.

How I live my faith

In college I was asked to help lead a small group of students in an evening activity once a week. We grew closer as friends and were able to learn the gospel from each other. Our testimonies of truth were strengthened and our faith increased. The best way to describe how I live my faith is to say that I want to be happy. I want others to be happy. If they are not, I try to help them be happy.