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Hi I'm Tyler

I grew up in Wyoming and went to school in a small town. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a senior in high school who enjoys just about anything that you can do in the outdoors. I am very big into sports and my favorites are basketball and football. I love to camp, hunt, fish, and backpack in the wilderness. Other hobbies that I enjoy are riding four wheelers and dirtbikes, and fixing old cars and trucks. I live on a ranch and enjoy ranch work, whether it be branding cows or fixing fence. I also enjoy playing music and learning to play new songs no matter what instrument it is on.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I was raised in a family that follows the teachings of the church, this has allowed me to see the blessings that come from living the gospel and has also allowed me to see how blessed I am and can continue to be if I always try to do whats right. I know that this church is true and that it is the only true church on the earth that hold the sacred priesthood keys. I know that we are led by a true prophet of God and that every prophet that has been called has been ordained and called by God. I know that the Book of Mormon is true and that the Bible is also true. I believe that if we follow the teachings of the gospel and the commandments we will be blessed and eventually be able to return to Heavenly Father and our families again forever. I know that these things our true and I say them in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

How I live my faith

In the small town where I attend church and school, I spend every Wednesday afternoon and evening with the other youth members of our branch shooting hoops for fun or cutting firewood for those in need. I just completed my Eagle Scout rank in the Boy Scouts of America, where my friends and I have engaged ourselves in many hours of service to our community.