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Hi I'm Kenny

I'm a business management major. I'm a sports fan. I'm a blogger. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently attending college studying business management and working full-time at a software company. I love sports. I follow basketball, football, and baseball primarily, but I love to play most anything. I enjoy blogging and reading. Also enjoy traveling and learning about other places, people, and cultures. I want to travel to every continent someday. I like the outdoors; I am amazed by nature and its beauty. And I love a good road trip.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that Jesus Christ lives, that He is my Savior, and that this is the Church that He has established with the fulness of His gospel. I know this because I've read the Book of Mormon, given a great deal of thought to the message and teachings it contains, and I have prayed to know that it is true. The Lord has confirmed to me through the Holy Ghost that the Book of Mormon is true and this is the church that God would have me be a part of. The gospel of Christ and the LDS church has helped me to be a better person than I would be otherwise. The Lord continually helps me overcome my weakness and find success in living a happy life.

How I live my faith

First and foremost, I live my faith by trusting in and following Jesus Christ. I strive to learn as much as I can about Christ and His plan for me through studying the scriptures, praying, and attending church. I strive to help make my community a better place and be a friend to those around me. Within the LDS or Mormon church, I help members of the congregation who are in need. One of the wonderful blessings of how the LDS church is organized is that we are all called to serve in one way or another. This is a pattern that was established by Christ and I am grateful for it. I have the opportunity to visit with and learn from different members regularly outside of our regular Sunday meetings. In the LDS church, we are given assignments to help the church function and make sure the members are spiritually nourished. I am grateful for these opportunities.