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Hi I'm McKay

I'm an outdoor enthusiast, a Pre-Med student, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love all things outdoors. I camp hunt and fish whenever I can. I am currently serving in the Milwaukee Wisconsin Mission. I am the oldest of 5 kids. I break and train horses, build fence, and of course enjoy an spare time I can find. I love serving in the community, and I plan on changing the world.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that the Book of Mormon is true, and I know that God's authority is on the earth. I remember when I was 12 years old and had hands laid upon my head, and recieving a special blessing. I was promised things that extended years beyong the current time. I have been able to witness the fulfillment of those promises, and know that God leads His church through inspired, imperfect people. I have seen the blessings of the Priesthood (that authority from God) throughout my life. I have received physical witnesses, and more importantly, witnesses from the Holy Ghost that what I know is true, and that God truly does guide us to greater happiness if we are willing to follow Him.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through service. I love going to plattlet and blood donation centers. I like knowing that my short inconveniences can help improve the quality or at least the duration of someone's life. I also enjoy doing manual labor for those who stuggle doing it for themselves. Raking leaves, shovelling snow, or talking care of the kitchen mess. I believe it is the small acts of service that really make big differences in people's lives. I am currently serving in Wisconsin, where I get to help at local food pantries and find all sorts of wonderful opportunties to help those who struggle with day to day needs. I have been inspired by my time here, and plan on one day starting my own soup kitchens, and shelters in which more people will be blessed by the volunteer work of others.