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Hi I'm Kendal

I live in Georgia. I own my own business. I love visiting new places and meeting new people. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have had the opportunity to accomplish many different things in life, however the single greatest source of joy is my family. I somehow got luckily enough to marry the greatest lady in the world and together we have three children. Although family life has its challenges, that is where I am most happy.

Why I am a Mormon

My family roots grow deep in the Mormon faith. I was raised by two of the most faithful Mormons I know. Attendance in church was not a question, but a way of life in my parents home. I love and respect my parents and all the sacrifices they made to raise me and my nine siblings, however that alone is not why I am a Mormon. Every person eventually has to find out for themselves what path they will take in life. I am no different. I am a Mormon because I took the time to stop, ponder and pray to my Father in Heaven. I ask specifically if the doctrines I had been taught were indeed true? Is Jesus Christ my living Savior? Is this His restored gospel? Does He indeed have Prophets and Apostles leading His Church today? Is the Book of Mormon scripture like unto the Holy Bible? And many other questions regarding my eternal salvation. I have given serious thought to these questions many times in my life. I have knelt in prayer and poured out my soul to my Father in Heaven and I have received an powerful answer to these questions. Through the Grace of our Father in Heaven, I have felt the promptings of the Holy Spirit as it has testified to the truthfulness of these questions. I have felt these promptings in my soul many times. I can not deny the gift of these answers from God and that is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

The most basic way I live my faith is striving to do as the Savior would do. Am I good at it? No. I usually fail miserably at doing as the Savior would do, but I keep trying. I strive to be a better husband and father, a better son and brother, a better neighbor and friend. I strive to follow the Saviors example everyday and not just on Sunday. I get real lasting joy in helping others. I love to lend a helping hand or a listening ear to those whose life's path may cross mine. I have found that in striving to help others, I am really the one who is most often benefited. Isn't it nice how life often works that way?