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Hi I'm Tayler

I am a missionary for the Church and I enjoy living and growing each day.

About Me

Well I grew up in Spanish Fork and then after I had travailed much in the land, my family traveled to the Hills of Salem where we dwelt in a tent for 9 moons until my father having done exceedingly much schooling for the welfare of his family was hired and it came to pass that we did labor much to support our family. And it came to pass in the 3rd year of the reign of the Bush I had been practiced much in the art of baseball I began to tarry forth into the valley of the sun in Eastern Arizona College. Being stricken with age I was called to serve a Mission east of the river Sidon, way east in the land of the Eagle speaking the language of the Eagles also known as Albania. As of my trade when I come home I do not know. But this I know, that I shall love my family and my little nieces and nephews until the day that I shall go the way of all the earth. And I shall spend many moons sitting on my chair listening to my record player. In some respects I suspect I've got a respectable side.

Why I am a Mormon

It took me a little while to realize what was important in this life. In fact it took moving away from home, being on my own and making decisions to finally realize that the simple things in life brought me the most happiness. My family has always been a huge support and example for me. I love being able to see them live the gospel and reap in the blessings. It took a lot of effort on my behalf but once I could truly say that I had a testimony of the Book of Mormon I too started to see my faith growing and my views change. I truly love how the Gospel of Jesus Christ encourages us to change and to become better. I have felt it in my own life. It is an ongoing process. I still would not consider myself anywhere near perfection. Far from in fact, but I do find joy and comfort in the idea that I can become better.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being a good example and trying my hardest to obey the commandments of the Lord. I am grateful for everything my parents have done to raise me and I am grateful for my Savior's eternal sacrifice for me. So that I can become clean again and return to my Father which is in Heaven. I try my hardest and I know that is what is important. I also try to live my faith by sharing it with others. I would only hope that they too could feel the difference that the atonement can make in their lives. It sometimes is sad when they reject you... Which happens a lot here in a predominately Muslim country, but I find that my faith and testimony grows as I can stand and bear testimony of a true and living Prophet and of the Book of Mormon.