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Hi I'm Tyson Greener

I am a Mormon. I am currently an EMT. I grew up in Burley Idaho

About Me

hi my name is Tyson. I am a very hard working person and am preparing to serve a mission I leave in about a month. I also am very into football it is my favorite sport by far. I also enjoy pole vaulting in track and field. one of the many things that I really enjoy doing more than even football would be snowmobiling with my family. I have always loved the snow and the colder weather. I am also very interested in the medical field and I currently am an EMT right out of high school. I would really like to go to med school and become a surgeon.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always grown up in the church with my parents both being very strong spiritually. this was a very big blessing to me in my life. Today as I continue to live the gospel and keep the commandments I feel of our saviors love for me and all of his children around the world. This life is very hard and challenging but the Lord has promised us that if we do what he has commanded then he will help us get through any challenge all we have to do is be humble and ask for his help and he is there. There are people all around us as well who are willing to help and serve us in every way that we need help they are the Lords servants and love all of his children.

How I live my faith

One of the most enjoyable things I think I have ever done is the act of serving people I cant explain the spirit and love it brings into my life. I know that this is one of the main reasons that I am preparing to serve a full time mission. I also have participated in a scout camp called National Youth Leadership Training or NYLT which I was apart of and on staff for seven years. I loved teaching younger boys how to lead and become men through the scouting program. I call I received in my ward was to be the first assistant in our priests quorum it was a very big responsibility but I loved every minute of it and was very sad when I was released.