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Hi I'm Tyler

I am the youngest of three brothers. I am avid volleyball player, interested in engineering. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am the youngest of three brothers. I've lived in Meridian my whole life and have a wonderful support group of family and friends who are also Mormon. I play volleyball with my father and brothers whenever I can and participate in any board sports whenever possible. I graduate high school in the Spring of 2013. I have been called to serve in the Mexico City East Mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I choose to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and his living prophet because I know of the happiness that it brings to my life. By following the commandments a certain feeling of fulfillment enters into my life. As I have watched my older brothers serve missions I have seen the joy that they have from sharing this great message of peace, salvation, and repentance. I know that through the atonement of Jesus Christ we are able to overcome any personal flaws and become more like the Savior. I have acquired my testimony of Christ and of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints little by little. It has come over years of reading the scriptures and praying personally and with my family. I know that the commandments bring happiness because I have lived them and felt that they are true, I have also seen the sorrow that disregarding them can bring into other's lives. I have come to find that the best way to know if something is good or true is to try it, and that is what I have been doing for eighteen years. From eighteen years of living this gospel I know that it is true.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being an example to my friends, member or not. As I interact with citizens of my community I keep in mind that I represent Christ at all times and try to conduct myself accordingly. I also take our sacrament services with other young men to members of our ward who were not able to make it out to our meetings on Sunday because of health reasons. I also assist our Bishop by planning and leading activities for the young men my age.