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Hi I'm Tyler

i lived in Utah my whole life, i love to play soccer. im an Mormon.

About Me

i love to be outside playing soccer or really any sport. i love to be with friends and doing crazy stuff with them. i plan to go to college after my mission i don't know yet what im going to major in. my family is amazing i love them to death.

Why I am a Mormon

i am a member of this church because i know and have felt the blessings that have come from doing what the scriptures ask and doing what im asked. ive so many things in my life that i could of not gotten though with out the help of the lord and i am so grateful for the ability to pray and talk to him and ask for things to help in my life and to bless other peoples lives that are in need of help. i am so grateful for the priesthood and the blessings it has brought to me.

How I live my faith

ive had many calling in the church i do home teaching with my dad for two family's in our ward. i love going over there and talking to them and seeing how they are doing and sharing the gospel with them. i just was release from being a leader in my age group for the church i did lots of things to set up lessons and out activities that we did each week

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

yes the husband and wife will be together forever. family is very important and should be there to help you and guide you to do whats right. they will be with you for much longer then then on earth they will live together in heaven also. Show more Show less

What is the priesthood?

the priesthood is the power god has given worthy males in the church over the age of 12 to perform things in gods name. it is used to serve others, not to be used for your own personal gain. you will get many blessings for using it in the right way though. Show more Show less