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Hi I'm Wyatt

I grew up in a small town in Utah. I love my family and friends. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I love my small town roots. Growing up with horses and cows, I love that sort of thing. I am close to my friends and also to my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member because I know that this church is true. The only way that you can know if this church is true is to ask and find out for yourself. Nobody but you can find out for you the truth. I found the truth for myself. What they teach here in the church is proper, clean, and pure. The church is open and honest about how it operates, and will answer questions that you ask. They love questions, because without questions, how do we come to a better understanding and better now the answers?

How I live my faith

I participate in my community by doing what is asked of me. I love serving and helping others. I enjoy being the person that others know that they can some to if they need help. I keep all the tools I need to fix and help others out with there cars, trucks, etc. I attribute a lot of this to the attitude that resonates through out a lot of the church. This attitude is, "Be prepared." I'm not the type of person that likes to be caught off guard. I was taught that it is better to have something, and not need it, rather than need something and not have it. I was born into the church, but my parents weren't active in it a lot. My dad never went, and my mother never really took me often. It wasn't until I was about 17 years old that I decided to know for myself if this really is the true and restored gospel. I had been told by my leaders that if I wanted to know, that I would have to ask God for a witness. So I asked, and received my witness of the things which my leaders had told me. What I felt cannot be described by words, but the closest thing that I can do is say that it felt right, peaceful, and humble.