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Hi I'm Taylor Kunz

I grew up in Oregon. I love tennis, football and skiing. I'm a Mormom.

About Me

I grew up playing sports and spending lots of time in the outdoors. I love tennis, football, baseball, basketball, skiing, biking and rock climbing. I grew up in Oregon, but moved to Utah my senior year of high school. I then decided to attend a semester at BYU. I am now preparing to serve a full time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and will be serving the people in the Philippines. I am the youngest of 5 children who belong to a loving mom and dad. I am currently an Uncle to 5 nephews and a niece with another niece on the way. I look forward to dedicating these next two years, and the rest of my life to the Lord.

Why I am a Mormon

I have chosen to be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because I have prayed for myself and know that it is the only true church on this earth and that it is the same church that Christ set up when He was here. I know that the church and all of its priesthood keys and ordinances were restored through the prophet Joseph Smith and that he truly saw God the Father and His Son. I know that Christ suffered for not only my sins, but the sins of the world so that we all can return to live with Him and our Father in Heaven. I know that the Book of Mormon is true and was translated by the power of God through Joseph Smith. I know that we have a modern prophet on the earth today who leads and guides Christ's church. Above all else, I know the church is true and that you can find out for yourself by praying sincerely to the Father, through the Son. In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

How I live my faith

In my singles ward at BYU, I was the co-chair of the communications comity where I made sure that members of the ward knew about up coming activities and church meetings. I was also a hometeacher. In this calling, I had the opportunity to share a church message every month with the family that I served along with doing any service that needed to be done. I am currently in my home ward where I am sometimes asked to teach the primary children, or give a lesson or talk in sacrament meeting.