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Hi I'm Kyle

I grew up in Minnesota. I went to school to be a pilot and now I'm self employed. Life is interesting. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a dad, a husband, a brother, and an uncle. I love spending time with my family. I love skiing (down-hill & water skiing), hiking, four-wheeling, swimming, hunting, and being outdoors. I am self employed. I just finished a bachelors degree in aviation administration and plan on going to law school and also getting a masters degree in business.

Why I am a Mormon

All things denote that there is a God. Unfortunaetly God seems to be overlooked by so many people today. His creations surround us, his works are in the flowers, the earth and the sky, in the moon in the stars and in the sun. Sometimes life gets so hectic that the simple things that keep us alive are overlooked as things of science. Science is just us humans trying to figure out how God does things. God is organized and logical in all His creations. God created the universe and this earth and the stars. I have often looked at the starry skies and recognized its immensity and have often wondered about the other worlds God has created. I know God has created "Worlds without number," and even though I can't wrap my head around endless worlds, I do know that God loves me and he knows me. I know that he understands me. Even though he is endless and his creations are numberless and He is largert than life itself; I know that God knows me intimately. He loves me like a mother loves her child. I know that He hears my pleas and answers my prayers. Like any parent, He likes to hear from me, one of His children. He likes to know how I am doing. I know that God loves all of His children and wants all of His children to return to him. God is perfect and unchanging and it is only us humans that have tried to change God. He is still the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

How I live my faith

Every Sunday I teach twelve and thirteen year old young men that they are truly sons of God. On Wednesdays I volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America and hrlp these young men reach their full potential.