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Hi I'm Kyler Bradfield

I'm the oldest of 4 in my family. Very outdoorsy, enjoy athletics, and always loving to learn and help others. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I've always been the energetic kind of person. I love spending time in the outdoors either hiking/camping, family get-togethers, etc. First learning how to swim my freshman year in high school, being introduced to the high school Swimming and Water Polo team by some great friends; which made me a lover of being in the water. My strokes were primarily breaststroke and freestyle. In Water Polo I was the goalie, enjoying it very much. I have had a speech impediment ever since I was little. It didn't make life easy, but it helped shape who I am now. I have had the opportunity to participate in the Boy Scouts of America program and achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. I am preparing to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Arizona. Upon returning I will go to college to complete a degree in aviation.

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up in the church i usually did what I was told to do by my parents and all. But I wasn't truly converted. I had to know for myself if The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the true restored gospel of Jesus Christ. It wasn't a sudden magnificent event where I knew. It took time and really searching for the truth. Little by little I learned; making mistakes along the way and learning from them. By living the commandments our Heavenly Father has given us, I have learned of the peace, blessings, knowledge, and the abounding joy that comes into my life. I came to know that this is truly the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and that our Heavenly Father and his son Jesus Christ loves everyone no matter what mistakes we make in our lives, and that he has provided us a way to return back to him with our families and live forever. I love our Heavenly Father and our eldest brother Jesus Christ, and i am grateful for everything they have done for me.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being an example. I am not perfect, but I do my best. Not only being an example to my younger siblings and my parents, but also to friends and people I meet on the street or at the store. I strive to keep the commitments I have made not only to myself but also to my church leaders, friends, and parents.I love to learn and then teach. I've had opportunities to learn many things; and i've been able to pass this knowledge on to the youth and their families, so they can teach others.