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Hi I'm Wyatt

I'm a military child and international traveler. I'm an aspiring engineer and a music lover. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

As a military child I have had the unique opportunity to enjoy many of the sights, sounds and cultures of the beautiful world God has given us. From the beautiful tropical island of Okinawa, Japan to the bustling streets and rice patties of Korea or castles and mountains of Western Europe, I have enjoyed opportunities few other Americans can claim. And just like the places I have lived have been varied, so are my interests. I love music with a passion and have played Violin since I was 5; I also sing, play the trumpet, and recently have been working to learn the bagpipes as well. I love education, particularly within the STEM fields and am studying both Civil Engineering and Materials Engineering in college. I also have High-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder which allows me to enjoy a unique perspective on life, which is only hampered by the difficulties I can have communicating my ideas with others.

Why I am a Mormon

While I was born and raised in The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints, it has been my choice to continue to follow my Savior. As a youth I struggled with my testimony despite attending church every week with my family. However, thanks to the tender mercies of God I have grown to recognize the happiness the gospel brings. Over time my love for my Savior has grown, especially as I have come to understand the meaning of His sacrifice for us. I have felt his love for me and continue to feel so regularly and there is nothing more I'd rather do then share that love with others. God loves all of his children infinitely and helping other to feel just a portion of that is the greatest calling in the world. That is why I am a Mormon!

How I live my faith

Previously I have lived my faith in my day to day actions through setting a christlike example, serving whenever possible and keeping the commandments. Recently however, I was called to serve as a full time missionary for the church in northern Virginia, with a particular assignment to serve native Spanish speakers in the area. For the next two years, I will have the opportunity to dedicate every moment of my days in the service of God and my fellow man by sharing the joy the gospel brings and the beauty of repentance and the Savior's Atonement.