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Hi I'm Kyle

BOO YA! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

When I was 8 I started playing soccer officially. In high school I graduated to water polo where I did quite well. I Started surfing when I was about 15 and haven't been able to stop since. I ride a Yamaha Roadstar Warrior 1700. I like to cause fun trouble, not to be confused with harmful trouble. I enjoy all sports involving agression, physical contact, or a board. Gangsta Gangsta

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints for one reason, because it's true. I grew up in the church a wild, but good kid. I liked church, it was fun, people were nice, and I always thought it was true. But, when I was in highschool I found myself with the wrong crowd. I was doing things that weren't up to church standards causing me to feel inadequate and not good enough to be at church. The guilt was constent even though I tried to block it out. To make a long story short, I finally realized that God always wants you to go to church no matter what is going on. He always wants you to pray and ask for his help. It is actually satan that was telling me I wasn't good enough to be loved anymore, it is the small things like prayer and going to church that make the biggest differences in our lives, and Heavenly Father wants us to have those things in order to strengthen us. So, after realizing all of this I decided to do it. I started making all the best choices I could, while working with my bishop, and I made it. I'm serving in MS, and couldn't be happier. On my path to finding my best self I have given up things that weren't even a big deal. C.S. Lewis said, "a person has no idea how bad they are, until they try very hard to be good". This is true. Light Creates Light. So, when you think you're doing fine and don't need to change. Try very hard to be good and feel the joy that comes from it. I found that it is only the difference of committed decision.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving a two year mission in Jackson Mississippi.