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Hi I'm Kelby

I love to wake board, I love baseball, I'm a missionary in Taiwan andI'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I love being outside riding 4-wheelers, motorcycles and horses. I used to attend college at Texas A&M, i love business and working with people. Been living in Taiwan for the past 14 months, and love being in an Asian culture. I basically love to do anything that has to do with nature or going fast. My family has 7 people. I wrestled and played golf in high school and love to watch baseball. My favorite food recently at least is a thing called Cong You Bing it's a deep fried tortilla thing with green onions,.... delicious. I love being a missionary!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church with the rest of my family,l but it wasn't until after i moved to Texas and had a while were i wasn't really in the church that i realized how much this gospel meant to me and how much it really has blessed my family. There wasn't one specific time were i just knew like that that it was true. I think it was over multiple months and a ton of different experiences that i knew this gospel is true. I am Latter-Day Saint because i know without a doubt that Joseph Smith really did see our Father in Heaven and His son Jesus Christ. I know that Christ lives and loves us all and that through him and His atonement we can be clean of our sins and live with our Heavenly Father forever. I AM A LATTER DAY SAINT BECAUSE IT'S TRUE!

How I live my faith

I am living my faith now by serving a full time mission in Taiwan. Everyday from 6am to 10:30pm I am representing my Savior in spreading His message so so many people who have no idea who He is and what His gospel is. But i think more importantly i feel is i live my faith everyday by my example. I plan when i return to the U.S. to continue to be an active part of the missionary work there as well to build up the Kingdom of God all over the world.