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Hi I'm Tyler Rydalch

I was raised by good parents and raised in the gospel at home, in Idaho. Called to serve, going to labor in Vietnam. April 12th

About Me

I grew up in Idaho and I enjoy eating my Potatoes with Chopsticks! I am grateful for my parents that reared their children in righteousness in the Gospel and taught them how to be Christ like, and helped them learn what is right and what is wrong and are willing to let them go to teach others that are missing what they have. I love serving others. Service to me is not just a mere inconvenience that takes away time from my day but it is a lifestyle to me. I enjoy most things automotive and tractors, and enjoy building moving Lego creations. I had the great opportunity to enjoy three years of automotive courses offered in High School and enjoyed being blessed to go to several competitions in the state of Idaho. Raising Rabbits has helped me learn how important caring for others is and how important even the smallest things are to God.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the LDS church, and taught by family and many great leaders and teachers that followed Christ's example. I myself have wanted to become more Christ like and have found that I can become better by applying Christ's Atonement to become better. It is very special to me to be able to repent and become clean through Christ.

How I live my faith

I enjoyed being a member of the Scouting program in my youth. My most memorable experiences in scouting were getting to learn about each other and what each person cared about. Service is my lifestyle. I help with anything I can; yardwork, computer problems or just having a conversation. I love listening to and talking with with the elderly in my area. I had a job for a while working with equipment and enjoyed getting to know my coworkers, both members and nonmembers. We were able to have meaningful discussions about the gospel and I was able to grow in sharing my testimony with them.