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Hi I'm Kyle

I am a missionary in Indiana, a cowboy from a ranch in the mountains of Utah, hunter, outdoor enthusiast, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small town in the mountains of Utah on a cattle ranch, where i grew to love that kinda of life style at a young age, and am going to do it forever, I love living and working on a ranch, and hope when I get home from serving a full time mission in Indiana for two years to take over the family ranch and expand it to a larger operation. I love hunting, snowmobiling, playing sports, being outdoors, exploring back country areas, chasin cows, playin baseball, hanging out with friends and rodeos. I love helping people out, and would rather be outside, I love being a cowboy and living that way of life and wouldn't trade it for anything in the world.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church but during my teenager years I wondered if it was right for me, or if there was something else out there for me. I read the Book of Mormon and prayed and asked Heavenly Father if it was true, and to help me know what I needed to do to be able to return back to him. I didn't recieve a immediate answer but in God's time, I have come to the knowledge that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the true church, and where I need to be. I know that through the church I have been happier and experienced more joy than i could've had not having the church in my life, it has changed my life for the better.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by always serving the lord, I am currently serving a full time mission for two years in Indiana and i live my faith everyday by sharing the gospel with those around me and by living and be an expample of a true follower of christ, and helping anyone that I can. I strive to always be honest and do those things that would bring me closer to my Heavenly Father and Jesus and to always trust in them, as long as you turst in them it seems like everything works out in the end, I know that to be true.