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Hi I'm Kyla Dyer

19 year old from Mesa, Arizona. Called to serve in the New Hampshire Manchester Mission. I love smiling, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a family girl. I am the youngest of 8, and my siblings are my best friends. I really enjoy hiking, camping, horseback riding, running...anything that is outdoors. I love to explore and be active. I love to play sports. Specifically softball, I grew up my whole life playing it. I love laughing and having fun with the people I love, and I really love to meet new people. But most importantly, I love my Savior, Jesus Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because nothing makes me happier. My mom passed away from cancer when I was 7 years old. Losing her is a trial that I still deal with today, I miss her and think of her constantly. But being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints teaches me that families are forever, and that I will be able to see her again someday. It teaches me that I have a Father in Heaven who loves me unconditionally and eternally, and that I can pray to him anytime and he will listen. It teaches me that I have a Savior, who atoned for my sins and suffered every pain, sorrow, and affliction. It teaches me that Jesus Christ is this Savior and he knows exactly how I feel, and I can call on him for help anytime I need it. It teaches me that I can never go too far when I make a mistake, I can always repent and better myself. There is nothing that I love more than being a Mormon, and there is nothing that makes me happier.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to live as Jesus Christ did. On March 9th, I will become a missionary where I will put a name tag on and become a representative of Christ. My goal is to bring others to Christ and for them to feel the happiness the gospel can bring into their life.