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Hi I'm Kylee

I grew up in Utah. I love family, friends, music and laughing. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm currently going to school studying American Sign Language. I love music, especially playing the piano. Some of my favorite memories are spending time with family and friends, and making new friends! I've never been outgoing, but I've always enjoyed the opportunity to get to know new people. I love living! Life is the greatest adventure, and I take everyday as that-an adventure.

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up in a family where the gospel has always been part of my life, from my earliest memories until now. I've been taught by great examples, and have come to know this church is true through prayer and the tender mercies from a loving Heavenly Father. Knowing that I am a child of God gives my life direction, and gives me comfort in times of stress and trial. I know that I will be guided and directed, and will never be left alone or comfortless. Because of the things I have experienced, the hardships I have overcome, and the blessings I have received, I know that this path is the one that will continue to bring me happiness in my journey through life.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is something I have to do every day. I teach through my example. In my day to day life, its the simple things, the choices I make, the words I say, help others to see what I believe. At church, its through my callings. I play the piano in meetings as well as direct the choir. Having the opportunity to teach through music is one of my greatest blessings.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Kylee
Mormons believe that families are central to the plan set out by our loving Heavenly Father. Families are the source of great happiness in this life. We believe that through the power of the priesthood, families can be bound, or sealed, for eternity in the temple. That although this life will end, it isn't the end of family. It's something that will extend forever. And through righteous living, we will see our loved ones again and never be parted. Show more Show less