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Hi I'm Kaden Hamblin

I grew up in Sugar City Idaho. I play the bass, viola, and piano. I love to run. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to run and have run cross country and track for my school for four years. I love listening to and playing music. I am going to start college at BYU down in Provo, Utah. I will be serving a mission starting in August 2016 in the Canada Halifax mission. I love the gospel and how much it has changed my life. I also love to work and get my hands dirty. It makes me feel alive when I'm accomplishing something like that. I love to look back at a finished project and think about my experiences while working on it, and then I always feel proud when it is completed. This goes for any project or accomplishment I have worked on and finished. I love to learn. Learning new things is always exciting to me. I wish I could just soak up all the knowledge and wisdom in the gospel and in many other things and remember all of it. I would just like to say that all because of the gospel, I can actually write something in this section about me. I give all the credit to Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ for what they have taught me so I can be who I am today, and actually have something about me I can write about.

Why I am a Mormon

Why not!?!? I am a Mormon because I love the gospel and it has changed my life in so many ways. Many times I have wondered where I would be without the gospel. I know that Heavenly Father loves me and I love him, and nothing can change that. I have a testimony of the gospel, the Book of Mormon, tithing, God's love for me, etc, and I know it's all true. In the words of Joseph Smith "I cannot deny it". I continue to follow His gospel because it is constantly changing my life.

How I live my faith

I am an eagle scout, and I have served in several callings in my ward. I enjoy doing service projects for the people in my ward/community. I try my best to "walk the walk and not just talk the talk." That means I try to not only preach the gospel, but also to live the gospel that I believe so much in.