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Hi I'm Kyle

I'm a mechanical engineering student, I love the outdoors, I am soon to be a father, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up on a farm outside of a small town. I have two sisters and one brother. I have spent a great deal of my time outside doing things such as working, playing sports, hiking, camping, and horseback riding. I have been married for 9 months, and we will soon have our first baby. I am currently a mechanical engineering intern, and I will complete my bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering in December 2015. I enjoy reading, especially reading classics.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that God is our Heavenly Father, and that He loves us so much that he has prepared a plan for us to become like Him. Part of this plan involved Him sending His son Jesus Christ to pay the price for our sins, die, and be resurrected so that we can be made clean of our sins and mistakes and be resurrected also. I know that the way that we can take advantage of that great sacrifice is to follow Christ in the church that He organized. That church is the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints. Through this church all man kind can be saved through obedience to the laws and ordinances of he gospel. I find great happiness in the gospel of Christ and great hope for the future.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving others. I know that Heavenly Father cares about all of His children deeply, and that I can serve Him by serving his children. I also attend church meetings weekly where I serve as a leader of the men in our ward. In that position I help make sure that the needs of the families are taken care of. Also, I avoid all drugs, alcohol, tobacco, coffee, and tea as well as profanity. I believe that our bodies are great gifts from God and that they need to be taken care of to show that we appreciate them.