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Hi I'm Kyle

I perform stand-up comedy, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a dabbler. I enjoy hiking mountains, reading books, watching movies, writing short stories and personal essays, composing music, and performing stand-up comedy. Except for my love for my family, my commitment to the Gospel of Jesus Christ is perhaps the only thing about me that never seems to change. 

Why I am a Mormon

 I have felt a very personal connection to God throughout my life, and I have repeatedly found that the strength of that connection depends upon how dedicated I feel to my religious convictions. Trying to be a good Mormon has invariably drawn me closer to God and helped me to get more satisfaction out of life.

How I live my faith

My wife and I read the Book of Mormon together every morning before we part ways for the day. We pray together every night before going to sleep. We attend church together every Sunday. Once a month, I get to teach a Sunday school class on various gospel topics. I believe that the best way for me to live my faith is to be friendly, honest, and helpful to everyone I meet.

What do Mormons believe happens to us after we die? What do Mormons believe about life after death?

Kyle
God loves everyone here on earth and wants us to live with him in eternal happiness after we die. Because we are imperfect, the only way for us to enter the God's presence is to be cleansed by Jesus Christ. Unfortunately, millions of people live and die without ever hearing about Christ, and millions more live and die without receiving the entirety of Christ's gospel. If the only way to live with God after we die is through Christ, what becomes of all those people who never got the chance to learn about Christ? We believe that there is a time between death and the resurrection when the spirits of those who died without hearing about Christ will have the opportunity to learn the gospel from those who received it while they were alive. In the New Testament, Peter spoke passingly about this postmortem missionary work see 1 Peter 318-19 and 46. In modern times, prophets and apostles have clarified this idea, teaching that every person will have a chance to accept Christ's redemption and be saved. Someday, we will all be resurrected, regardless of how we chose to live, and then we will be judged by God according to our works and the desires of our hearts. Those who have lived the gospel of Jesus Christ to the best of their ability will live with God forever. Show more Show less