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Hi I'm Kevin

I'm in college. I love sports and music. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm currently at college, but I still have not decided on a major yet. I love to play all types of sports or anything outdoors. I am a huge movie buff and I love music. Every now and then you can see me outside my apartment playing my banjo and singing ol' classics. I have been able to travel all across the U.S. and I served a 2 year mission for the Church in Mexico!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon not because somebody told me that this was the right thing to do. When I was 14 years old, I had very spiritual experience that happened to me while I was attending church. I recognized the love of God for the first time in my life that day. The thought that kept coming to mind was that this Church is true, and I couldn't deny it. Since that day I have tried to be the best I can be. I know what the Lord expects of me and that is what drives me. I know that Jesus Christ suffered for me and wants me to return to His father's presence. I want the same thing and I know that I can achieve this through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The teachings of the Church help me in my journey to return to my Father in Heaven.

How I live my faith

I think the most important way to show others that I live my faith is by my example. I make sure that I am actively involved in the congregation I attend. I work with students my own age and help them to make the best decisions they can so that they can lead a happy and successful life. I try to make service and everyday achievement whether it is big or small. It helps me finds purpose and meaning in this life. The more I do for others that happier I am. I love to make people smile and feel that they are loved. I am able to have an impact on those around me, and I feel blessed that I can make their burdens seem lighter.