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Hi I'm Kyler

I'm a food lover. I'm into everything aviation. I love the outdoors. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I live in a small, rural farming community in Utah. I enjoy being outdoors and doing outdoor activities such as riding A.T.Vs, camping, hunting, and fishing. I absolutely love food, both eating and making it. I participated in a culinary arts program in high school called Pro-start and was the captain of the competition team where we took second in the state competition. I love to fly airplanes (real ones) and am avid about anything aviation. I also am a trained first responder and aspiring helicopter pilot.

Why I am a Mormon

Both of my parents are Mormon and so i was raised in the church along with 3 younger siblings, but at some time in every mormon's life, they have to ask themselves if they believe the church is true. I asked myself why I continued to go to church and the answer was simple, I know the church is true. There was no denying that I have seen God's hand work miracles in my life, and how much I love the gospel of our savior Jesus Christ. The church has helped me stay on a path of life that will only take me to success and happiness by giving me guidelines and boundaries. Without these guidelines my life would probably be one of many hardships and despair, but the gospel of Christ helps us find peace and happiness in even the darkest of times because of how much he loves each and every one of us.

How I live my faith

In a small community like the one i live in, everyone knows everyone and they help each other out. These acts of service are even more extensive because of how prominent the church is in my town. The church teaches everyone to "love thy neighbor" and so lots of service projects happen to help the needy and better the community such as doing landscaping for an elderly widow or bringing dinner to a family whose mother or father is sick/ injured and trying to help wherever we can. Having been raised in this type of environment it has taught me how to love and serve others and has helped me be happier because of it.