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Hi I'm Dylan

I attend the Air Force Academy, I wrestle, I am a brother to three younger sisters. But most importantly I am a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy living life to the fullest and trying new things. Aside from wrestling and school I enjoy rock climbing, hiking, camping, wakeboarding and nearly anything related to sports. I have been bungee jumping and skydiving and am always looking for the next adventure to pursue. I am going into my second year at the Air Force Academy and hope to major in Operations Research and pursue a career as a pilot. I have three younger sisters and a loving family that mean the world to me.

Why I am a Mormon

I am so grateful for the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made to take upon himself all the sins of the world so that I can be forgiven for my sins. What I love most about the church is that I know of the plan of salvation and that I can one day return to live with my Heavenly Father. Going to church and being Mormon is so much more than just a weekly commitment, Its a way of life. I have a firm belief that part of what makes me the person I am today is the church and through living the gospel. I know that when I live by the standards of the church and strive to be like Christ I am happier. I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is Christs restored gospel on the earth and am grateful to have a testimony to know that Jesus Christ loves me and that there is a prophet on the earth today to lead and guide me along the path back to our Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I was born into the church and ever since I was a little kid have always attended and practiced with my family. Even though I have been a member of the church since birth I have read and prayed about the Book of Mormon and have gained a testimony for myself that I know the church is true. I try to live my faith by going to church every Sunday and actively being involved in my meetings. When possible I try to do family history work and indexing so those who did not have the opportunity to learn about the gospel in their lifetime can have temple ordinances performed for them.