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Hi I'm Tenor

I am a cowboy, I am a sports enthusiast, I am an artist, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small town of about 500 hundred people on the furthest western side of Wyoming. In my town there is a strong faith in Christ and the people try their best to follow him on a daily basis. I am the 10th of 13 children and I love my family. We span a 25 year gap from the oldest to the youngest and it goes directly into nieces and nephews. I love my family and how we can be so close. For us growing up in a town centered on Jesus Christ it was a great opportunity to build testimonies of our own so that we can now stand as witnesses to the world that Christ lives. I have spent a lot of my growing up years on the back of a horse or on the ground beside it from getting bucked off. I love to be outside and spend time with my family. I am recently married and I have a family of my own. God is good! He has given me an incredible wife who loves me and is willing to be with me day in and day out and into eternity. I am a competitor, and I love to win. I know through the Atonement of Jesus Christ that I can. And I am a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have personally prayed and asked God if this is his church on the earth today. I have been able to receive an answer from the Spirit just as any individual can. My answer was and is that this is his church on the earth today.

How I live my faith

I love striving every day to be the best that I can be. I like trying to break a green colt with a lot of fire, because it is a challenge to help that colt to learn how to trust me and do as I want it to do. Through the experience of training horses I have been able to learn a lot about the way that God works with us and the struggles that he must go through every time that we make a mistake and do something wrong. I have also learned how to better subject myself to my Heavenly Fathers will as I see differences with the horses that I break and how they learn to do things in accordance with my desires for them. Through these experiences I have been able to learn so much about my Father in Heaven. In small degrees... yes, but as we know, "By small and simple things are great things brought to pass". I know that as we stay focused on God, we can learn from even the smallest and most minuet things in our lives.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

We believe in helping whomever needs the help. It doesn't matter who the person is. It might be a millionaire that needs someone to support them emotionally and it might be a homeless man on the street. Everyone needs help and the Lord would be the first to help them. We are trying to be like him so in turn we need to do those things also. Show more Show less