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Hi I'm Whit Lytle

I grew up in Salt Lake City, UT. Went to school and met my cute hubby. Now I'm living my happy life! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I live an inconspicuous, but very happy life. I enjoy making new friends. I enjoy my life even though it can be a rough road sometimes. I married my best friend, Evan, in the Salt Lake temple in 2008 and we are very grateful for our decision. I'm a nurse and I work full-time while my husband is in school to become a doctor. I am very grateful for the opportunities to learn that I have been blessed with. I come from a large family, and I am so glad to have such a huge support system. I rely on my family and I know that they will help me in times of struggle. I like to make crafts. I enjoy making jewelry, crocheting, blogging, and journaling.

Why I am a Mormon

I don't know when I first knew I had a testimony of the gospel. I've always know that Jesus Christ is my Savior and that He loves me. I always wanted to get married in the temple. Anything else was simply not an option. I'm grateful I chose to fall in love with Evan and that he had the same goal of having an eternal marriage. We have two sons, named Scotlin and Kayden. We were so excited to welcome our first baby into our home. We had a lot of dreams for him. The week of Thanksgiving, 2009-2 weeks before my due date-Scotlin stopped moving. The doctor did an ultrasound and told us that Scotlin had passed away. No moment in my life had been so painful, so full of heartache. Then in June, 2012, our second son, Kayden, was stillborn as well. I don't know why Heavenly Father asked me to endure the loss of my sweet boys, but I know that faith in Him is the only thing that helped me through those trials. The pain doesn't go away, but it has been made bearable. Miracle after miracle have unfolded over the past years and I have witnessed the hand of the Lord in my life. I can turn to Him because he understands. He knows me and He's waiting to bless me. We now have twins named Mira and Cole because they are our living miracles. I want to live my life righteously so that my family and I can all be together with Him again someday.

How I live my faith

I attend church each Sunday. At church, I enjoy listening to talks about prophets and histories that have gotten us where we are today. We share our experiences and our testimonies to help our faith grow stronger. When I'm not in church, I try to make decisions that mirror my ethical and moral beliefs. I believe in being kind and tolerant, because no matter a person's orientation, race, or beliefs, we are all children of God.

Mormons believe Jesus Christ is their Savior. Why do we need a Savior?

Whit Lytle
Our Father in Heaven knew that we needed to come to Earth so that we could learn. If we had stayed with him, we would not have had the ability to progress. We agreed to come here because we wanted to show Him that we would live by His teachings. Because we are not perfect as He is, He knew we would make mistakes that would make us ineligible for us to live with Him again. For this purpose our brother, Jesus Christ, offered Himself to us as a Savior. He committed to living a perfect life so that He'd have the capacity to atone for our sins in the Garden of Gethsemane and on the cross so that we could repent and live with God again. This is the way that God has designed for us to be together with Him again. We aren't expected to live perfectly, but we are expected to live righteously and to take the necessary steps to repent when we make mistakes. I'm grateful for this promise because it means that I can be together with my family, even after this life. Show more Show less