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Hi I'm Tyler

I grew up in a small town in Indiana. I love ridin 2-stroke dirtbikes. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to go dirtbike riding with my father and my school friends. My father has taught me how to ride as a kid, slowly with age upgrading to a better bike. We both choose to ride Honda CR250's, as we both love two-strokes and the power-ban they provide. I plan to attend college and go through medical school to become either an orthopedic surgeon or possibly a physical therapist. I am currently now a missionary serving in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have studied the gospel, and know the Bible and the Book of Mormon to be the word of God. This gospel is the reason I'm so happy everyday. It has warned me of things to avoid, and others to get involved in. One of the main focuses of this gospel is over families. I know that families are important and can live together both in this life and in the next. I love my family, they are the best. I am so glad God has blessed us with families to help us in this life. Throughout my life I have come to realize what the holy ghost feels like. I have made both good and bad decisions in my life and at each time of decision-making I have been able to feel the holy spirit guiding me to know which choice is right. When I choose the right I feel good, when I choose the wrong I feel bad. Luckily, I have a testimony of the Atonement as well and know it to be true. This makes it possible for me to repent and get back on the straight and narrow path when I make the wrong choice. Continual striving to do your best is what being a Mormon is all about.

How I live my faith

Each Wednesday the youth of our church meet together for an activity which can vary from playing basketball/volleyball, to working hard at service projects needed by members of the community. These activities have helped me live my faith as I've come to know the positive rewards and feelings of accomplishment upon completing a project or helping one another in the community. I live my faith by living the standards of the church. I live my faith by trying my best to follow the example of my Savior, Jesus Christ.