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Hi I'm Tyler

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father to four children and have been married for sixteen years. I enjoy watching my children grow up and experience for the first time what good things life has to offer. I absolutely love roller coasters/amusement parks! Especially when i'm with people who are not so fond of all the twists and turns! Finding humor in their discomfort is a character flaw I'm ok with at this point in my life. Another flaw that I posses is that I don't say no when I should. For example when asked to run a marathon. Sometimes I work too much and sometimes not enough, being in business for yourself is a love/hate relationship. My vice in life right now and the past long while is hunting. Not very good at it but I know it's a lot like golf used to be for me, it took one good shot to keep me coming back for more.

Why I am a Mormon

The interesting part about being Mormon is not one of "us" is the same. Each "Mormon's" conversion is individual and meant for him or her . My conversion took place when I was a sophomore in high school. I remember two significant days that fall and spring. The first was on a Sunday in which for one reason or another my soul was stirred to know if what I was doing at church was right for me. The second significant day came after reading 522 pages in the Book of Mormon. A particular verse spoke to me and from that moment on I knew what I was learning as a Mormon was true. Today I continue to strive to follow what I felt and learned that day from reading the Book of Mormon. Now I know there is a plan for me that leads me and my family back to Him.

How I live my faith

I participate in the community by once a month visiting with a couple of families and finding ways to serve them. Additionally I help teach 13-14 year olds on Sunday with a lesson plan teaching them to serve others and to find out how to develop a relationship with Heavenly Father.