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Hi I'm Wyatt Thompson

I grew up in Southern Utah but was born in Southern Alberta, Canada. I'm left handed, an Aquarius, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I like to be around people a lot and learn about them, I like to play volleyball, rugby, and run a few miles each week; I enjoy cooking as well as eating a lot of different foods. I have been attending College for the last two years and will pick it up again as soon as I return from the Mission. I am currently a Political Science Major and intend to attend Law School someday. However, I am also interested in Communications, Entrepreneurship, and Marketing, I may decide to follow these interests instead but we'll see, I have quite awhile to thing about it.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized when I was eight however, there were many years in my childhood and adolescence where I was inactive but one day, I decided I wanted to have stronger faith. I attended a couple of different faiths but I always felt such a strong spirit whenever I was living the L.D.S. Faith. The most important thing I have learned being L.D.S. is to always remain humble and teachable throughout all the journey called life.

How I live my faith

Currently, I am a Family Home Evening Co-Chair for my Singles Ward. I have a blast planning the activities and seeing everyone participate with and get to know each other. I like to plan activities that involve a lot of interaction but the most important part is that we get everyone to spend time with each other. I am also a Home Teacher which has also been a great experience. It's been a blessing to know and teach the people we do and the most important part, help them with whatever we can. Also, I used to be a Fellowship Co-Chair, this is arguably my favorite calling so far. It put me out of my comfort zone which is where the magic happens and allowed me to meet a lot of great people. The most rewarding part was that when the friendships we created turned into reactivation's. It was a blessing to be a catalyst to their faith.