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Hi I'm Taylor

I grew up in Harleysville, Pennsylvania. I started my own software company as a freshman in high school. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Pennsylvania mostly but have also lived in Sandy City, Utah and Monteray, Mexico. I played pretty much every sport that there was growing up from baseball to snowboarding to water polo. I love to rock climb and I thoroughly enjoy Crossfit. I love comig up with new ways to do things and finding out how to make things simpler or more fun to do. One day I want to own my own mechanical or aerospace engineering firm. When I was in high school I proposed a software idea to a local business and soon after partnered with them to bring the idea to fruition, managing the team myself. Ive served on many leadership teams and in many leadership positions over the years. This year I will be serving a two year mission to Noku'alofa Tonga as an LDS missionary. Then afterwords I will be attending BYU Provo for the winter semester.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon for one very simple reason: It is true. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the true church of Jesus Christ on the earth today, and its gospel is more complete and correct than any other church in the world today. I know this for a fact, the spirit has born personal testimony to me of this reality, it is why I am leaving everything behind to serve a full time two year mission on my own in Tonga. I am going to teach others of the truths that I know.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by staying true to our standards and beliefs. I dont drink or do drugs. I follow the commandments. Pay a full tithe and try to live worthily to have a temple recommend. I have served as my boys youth group president and as my ward bishops first assistant to the boys youth group. I live my life the same no matter where I am or who I am with. All of my friends know that I am a mormon and they respect me for it. Most of my friends are not LDS but I feel accepted by them just the same, even respected by them for living my faith. I say my prayers, I read the scriptures, I try to help other people. I try to live as the Savior lived.