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Hi I'm Kacey

I'm a Captain in the US Air Force. I'm a dad. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am married to a wonderful woman. We have three children and one on the way. Two of them are adopted. We enjoy playing together and going outdoors to explore. We move around every few years since we are in the United States Air Force. I am an mechanical and aerospace engineer.

Why I am a Mormon

All of my parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and brothers/sisters are Mormons. That made it easy to become a Mormon myself, but I choose to stay a Mormon because I know that what the Church teaches is true. It is what brings me true happiness and joy. I look around and see so many unhappy people and want to share the Gospel with them.

How I live my faith

I am very active in the Church. My church assignments help me to interact with the other members often and really get to build a good friendship. I love serving others. I stand up for what is right and all my friends know what I will and will not do. They respect me for it. As a member of the military who moves around it is great being a member of the church because I always have a large group of people I can immediately call on for anything. I know that no matter where I move I'll have my church family immediately available. We always become close friends very quickly. I never have to find a congregation or a church that fits me. It is the same everywhere. We even have the same lessons all across the church! I love that. I have a child with special needs. He and the other kids often give us hard days. We have to rely on Heavenly Father to give us the inspiration to teach our family and guide them in His way. Heavenly Father gives us the comfort to keep moving and push forward through the hard days. Heavenly Father makes the fun times even better. I am so thankful to have the help of the gospel in my life. It would make raising children so much more difficult without it.