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Hi I'm Tyrell

I grew up in Canada and have a beautiful wife nd four wonderful children and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

As a young man I looked forward to the annual hunting trips my dad, brother and I went on every year. Although time does not permit us to get together as often now, I still have fond memories of those trips. Spending time with my family has always been paramount. I am now married and have four children of my own. Nothing brings me more joy then to see them laughing and living life to the fullest. By profession I have a masters degree in counseling psychology and have worked for several years as a mental health therapist I have now taken on more responsibilities as the Executive Director of a non-profit organization. My hobbies include being outdoors (hunting, fishing, riding horses, or spending time in the mountains snowmobiling). When I am outdoors I feel especially close to my Father in Heaven.

Why I am a Mormon

My father joined the church as a young man and my mother's parents joined when she was a small child. Although I was raised in the church I have fond memories of sitting in church hearing how the gospel was touching the lives of my family and friends. Then as a young man I determined that I wanted to serve a mission and began preparing both physically, financially and spiritually. I remember reading the Book of Mormon and then applying Moroni's promise (Moroni 10:3-5). As I prayed and asked Heavenly Father if the Book of Mormon was true an overwhelming sense of calm came over me. I knew the Book of Mormon was true and written for us today as another testimony of Jesus Christ. It has now been many years since I first read The Book of Mormon but I still love to read it's pages and receive strength from the message it bears. I know we have heavenly parents. Life has a purpose as a Mormon I know this is true.

How I live my faith

As a Mormon I have many opportunities to serve and help those in my church and my community. I often help organize service projects for those in need. I am always strenthened by the warmth and sincere appreciation people extend as we serve them. As I was taught, I too now have the opportunity to teach in the church. Perhaps the most humbling experience is teachig young children. As I teach them I often can't help but think how the Saviour felt as he gathered the little children arnoud him teaching them and challenging his followers to become as a little child.