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Hi I'm Kyme

I live in, and love, Colorado. I am a pre-med student. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I play chess. I love reading. I long-board and go to college. I have two adorable kittens. I play video games. I enjoy good food, and I cook. I can't bake to save my life, but no-bake cookies are my specialty.

Why I am a Mormon

I feel that there is a power, a tangible atmosphere, within this Church. It is love. One can literally feel the overwhelming love of members of Jesus Christ's church when one joins with an Latter-Day Saint to worship God. There is a sense of serenity and peace and purpose within the tenets of the Gospel. I feel that through Christ, mankind, if they believe and have faith in Him and His saving Grace, may be saved from an awful eternity of sadness and despair. I know my actions have consequences, both temporally and eternally. I need Christ's Atonement. I need the love and support my brothers and sisters in the Gospel share with me. I need guidance and direction to make the right choices and my part in Jesus Christ's church has offered me these things. I love my family, and I want to be with them forever. Christ, through his established church offers me this blessing. I believe that the purpose in life is to be happy. I'm happy as a result of my faith in Christ and my love for Him, for my family, and for the peace the Gospel brings to me. I'm a Mormon because I know this church is the best place for me, and the best way for me, to be eternally happy and join my family and my Heavenly Father in a state of peace and joy that has no end.

How I live my faith

I'm serving an LDS mission. I have taught classes on Gospel Principles and Doctrines, and have done many service projects in my hometown. I feel that demonstrating a love for my fellow brother or sister is the best way to show my love of the Gospel and of God, and I prefer letting my actions speak for me. I try and serve people in meaningful ways. I'm not perfect, but I'm trying to live my life in such a way that my Father in Heaven and my Brother, Jesus Christ, will be proud.