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Hi I'm Ty

I was the only member in my town. I am a Missionary in Ohio. I am an Athlete. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Mancos, Colorado and graduated from Mancos High with 22 other classmates. I was a 3 sport athlete, All conference both sides of the ball and received first team All state as a football player. I was the only member in my high school and one of the few in my town. I never fully understood the gospel until I attended Dixie State University. At my year in college I was able to read the Book of Mormon and better myself as a person. I report in June to serve the lord in Cleveland, Ohio and share what I've learned about gods grace.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born a Mormon and raised in the church. I never truly understood the gospel and gods grace until I came to college last year. Through daily scripture study and prayer I was able to find the atonement and feel the love of our savior in my life. I know Jesus Christ lived and atoned for our sins. He did so, so that we don't have to suffer those afflictions. The love of our father and brother Jesus Christ is something that one can't comprehend. I love the light the gospel has brought into my life and I love the light it can bring to others. God is real he has a plan for all of us. Mosiah 4:9.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving others. I am an eagle scout and I served a year and a half on the Mancos Fire Department before I went to college. Every day I look for opportunities to serve others. For me I find better understanding and blessing through the service I provide to perfect strangers. Being one of the only members in my town I was tasked with preparing the sacrament and when I came to college, teach priesthood lessons. Teaching these lessons has taught me more than the people I was teaching. Every day I work to better myself through the humbling service of others.