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Hi I'm Kyle

I grew up in South Jordan, Utah. I love my family, my friends, and my God. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I Love spending time with people, whether it's going on a road trip, dancing, playing games and sports, talking or simply sitting by the T.V., it doesn't matter if there are people around whom I love and cherish. I love being with my family, especially with my little nieces and nephews My personal interests are almost as varied as the people I come into contact with. Because of many amazing friends and family members, I have developed appreciation for and interest in reading, playing and listening to music, hiking, board games, hunting, dancing, taking a scenic drive, crocheting, and many more. That being said, I do not profess to actually be much good at any of these, but through these activities, I have come to know of the goodness of many people.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, or in other words, I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, because I know this church is His church. Jesus Christ is the head of my church. He called a prophet to organize His church under His direction. That prophet was Joseph Smith. Since that time, there have been many prophets called to lead His church. The Book of Mormon is a true book. It stands hand in hand with the Bible to testify to the world that Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world. The church that Jesus established while He was on the earth is back. I know this because God told me, in a small and simple feeling, that it was true. What greater evidence do I need than from God?

How I live my faith

One way I live my faith is by accepting assignments from my church leaders to serve in the church. Currently I play the organ for our Sunday meetings, and in the past I have been privileged to help clean the church, collect donations to help those in need that so many in the church are willing to give, and to participate in visiting members with my father every month to support them and serve them. While serving in my church, I have felt the faith of those members whom I have been in contact with, and their faith has helped me to live my religion.