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Hi I'm Tyler

I was born and raised in the US. I debated in policy for 3 years in high school. I will serve a mission in France! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I will be leaving to serve a mission in Paris, France on December 17. In school I really enjoyed debating and did so for three years before graduating. One of my favorite things to do is collect coins. I have collected coins for years and I can always relax in reading the history of an old coin or by searching through bank rolls. Go ahead and shoot me a message if you have any other questions or just want to talk.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon. That phrase is one that I was not always proud to say. Being in the Debate community as often as I was in High School put a huge strain on my faith. Debaters have the tendency to make you doubt what you believe. Many times I would be questioned as to how the church could possibly be true and told that I was a fool for believing in such nonsense. I had to come to the realization that some people did NOT understand what we believe. I am a Mormon. I am a Mormon because I feel accepted in the community. I know that my Savior died for me and atoned for my sins. I know that he lives and loves me regardless of my mistakes. I know that there is still divine revelation that exists upon this earth and I am happy that I can partake of the knowledge and blessings associated with that. I know that if you read the Book of Mormon with real intent and humble yourself before God, he will make it known unto you that every word of that book is true. I am a Mormon because it is the only church that can help me on my path to eternal marriage, the greatest blessing of all. I love my family far too much to throw away an eternity with them. I love this gospel with all of my heart and cannot wait to serve a full-time mission preaching about the love that Christ has for each and every one of us. I love the church and I am proud to say, I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I currently do not have a calling in my ward but that does not prevent me from serving. Often times I will go with some of the other youth in my community to our local temple. I love feeling the spirit and growing closer to my Father in heaven. I am always on the lookout for those that might need help or just some company.