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Hi I'm Grayden klain

Born and raised in Canada. I love football, basketball, and golf but I love the Lord even more! And I am a Mormon

About Me

Football basketball and golf are passions of mine. growing up in Canada I learned to love doing anything outside. Snowboarding, hunting, cliff jumping, mountain biking, I love it all! And i also love cute girls! But I think the one thing that makes me the happiest is being able to make someone else happy. I love making people laugh and just having a good time. I also find a lot of joy in doing something for someone which they could not do for themselves. No better feeling!

Why I am a Mormon

I hadn't prayed with real intent untill I was 18 yrs old. The summer after I graduated, I went to martins cove in Wyoming with my church reenacted the Mormon handcart trek. I knew my physical limitations and was actually scared to go on the trek. There's old, frail women and young, scrawny children who couldn't be more excited to go and here I am , a big tough football player who is scared to go. So for the first time in my life I prayed with real intent and asked God to help me finish the trek and also to help anyone else finish who needed me. By the end of the trek, my closest friend and I were carrying people in our wagons and running them to the end and then running back to get more people. I was blessed with strength beyond my own. God answered my prayer and helped me in a way that I could fully understand and feel his love for me. That's also how I received an answer that this church is true. I prayed with real intent on something that I was unsure about and then pressed forward in faith. God answeres our prayers and loves all of us. It's not always easy. But it is ALWAYS worth it!

How I live my faith

To me, the single greatest principle the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints teaches and stands by is service. Service is almost like medicine to me. Whenever I'm feeling down or I am troubled with something, the only antidote is service. Finding someone who has it worse than me (because there's always someone) and helping them. Whether it's big like building a house, or small like a simple smile or a hug, these acts of service always bring some amount of happiness into there lives and mine! I'm currently serving a mission for the LDS church in Fort Collins Colorado and I love every minute of it. I get to do nothing but service 24/7 for 2 yrs and I get to help others strengthen there relationship with our Heavenly Father. I couldn't be happier!