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Hi I'm Kevyn

I'm a husband, father, step-father and grandfather. I work as a technical support specialist and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have a salt water aquarium with fish and coral. During the growing season I garden, and especially enjoy eating and sharing the fresh fruits and vegetables harvested. I am an occassional golfer and like to ride my bike along the city's biking trails. My wife and I enjoy traveling when we get the chance. We live in a nice place and there are many beautful things to see and good activities to do. My reading preferences are historical novels which provide cultural insights to the feelings and thinking of the people of the tme and biograghies of individuals you have proven to be great leaders.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Mormon chruch, but during my teenage years I questioned all that I had been taught. I had to know for myself. I wasn't a perfect kid and still not prefect, but I came to know that there is a God, a Father in Heaven who loves us and hears and anwsers even though we aren't perfect. After a period of thoughtful study and prayer with a real desire to know the truth I had a feeling and understanding placed in my heart in the very depths of my soul, even by God Himself that the gospel of Jesus Christ was restored to the earth by the prophet Joseph Smith to prepare the world the for day when Jesus will return again. Through the years there have been many more experiences so that today I no longer question. Today I my prayers are that I will have the strenth to live the way that is right because of my understanding of God's plan.

How I live my faith

I have been blessed to practice the virtue of Christ-like service in the church by being an instructor in the classroom and in the home. I have lead young men in the Boy Scouting program helping them to develop attributes of character that will make them good husbands, fathers and citizens. These church assignments are gifte. It is too easy to become consumed by our own problems. There opportunities to serve help us to overcome our own short-comings and focus on the needs of others.