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Hi I'm McKall

I'm an athlete, I'm a friend, I'm a missionary, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've never been skydiving or traveled the world or invented something amazing, but I absolutely love my life. I currently attend BYU and I love it. I love to play the piano and I love to teach it too. I love all kinds of sports. Basketball, volleyball, kickball, baseball, I love them all. I love Harry Potter. I love to laugh and I love to make other people laugh. I love to listen to music--especially country music. I love to really get to know people. I love to bake and even more than that, I love to eat what I bake. I love to learn, and I truly love to live.

Why I am a Mormon

Although there are many things that I love about my life, being a Mormon is honestly my very favorite. Life is hard and there are some tough times. I can't even imagine having to face some of these times without the gospel. The church is such an amazing support system and it's so comforting to know that there is always somebody that I can call if I ever need anything (whether that person is my Heavenly Father or just a fellow ward member). I am going on a mission to Cambodia for 18 months, and there is absolutely no way that I would ever leave my family and friends and everything that I love and know unless I was serving for a church that I know to be true. I love this church because it allows all people, regardless of where they live or when they live, to find happiness both now and throughout eternity. I love this church because it focuses on families and and the ability that all of us have to be with our families forever. The church may not make life easy, but I know that it makes it so much easier than it would be otherwise.

How I live my faith

I live my faith in everything that I do. When I wake up, I know that I can talk to Heavenly Father and ask him for help throughout the day. I know that I can read the scriptures and receive answers to my questions. When things go wrong and I feel like nobody understands how I can be feeling, I know that Jesus Christ always knows exactly how I feel. I acknowledge that my health is in Heavenly Father's hands and that he has power to keep me safe and healthy (especially as I eat food in a foreign country for 18 months). When I interact with others, I try to treat them with kindness and respect because I know that's what Christ would do. And finally when I finish my day I pray once again and acknowledge how much Heavenly Father has blessed me. The church truly affects every aspect of my life and I don't know what my life would be like without it.