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Hi I'm Kyle

I'm a Mormon and I can't wait to be a missionary.

About Me

Right now I am attending Grossmont Community College where I'm taking my prerequisites for a planned transfer to UCSD, SDSU, or possibly one of the BYU's. What I want my future profession to be is a little fogged at the moment but but whatever it is I want it to be surrounded in means for serving and helping others. I plan to major in psychology where I will apply learnings to either marriage counseling, counseling/therapy for youth, or to the playing grounds of law enforcement for the means of interrogation. I have been a Mormon from birth, and have experience such events as the Trek which is my most cherished memory in the church. I have not always lived in the San Diego city area. I lived in a little ole place called Anza, California with a population of 4,000, a high school of 400, and a branch of about 50. I love the country side. I love hiking, back packing, cycling, working the tractor, playing sports, and working out. In my past I have participated in football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, track, and cross country. I have recently just picked up the uke which I love playing. I have also learned a little bit of clarinet, piano, and trumpet. The things I have recently found to enjoy very much is playing my ukulele, visiting the gym, snorkling, writting poetry, reading, and learning card tricks.

Why I am a Mormon

Well in the first place, I was born into the church and was raised up in it and now I choose to keep with it and follow the examples of my parents and leaders. One benefiting factor to why I am a Mormon and why I choose to live by it's standards are because of two things: the Trek and my patriarchal blessing. These two things have built me up and in times of doubt I look back to these things and doubt no more because the things which I have felt and learned I know to be true through the power of the Spirit. I have been continually blessed in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and probably in the most literal of ways I owe my life to it and I only wish that one day I will be able to pay it forward through serving a mission.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by first prayer, second scripture reading, and third participating in my local congregation. Right now I attend the singles branch and it's the greatest thing ever. We have activities such as family home evening, dances, and many others.