"The thing that started my search to find out if it was true or not was never being able to feel the spirit. Once I started digging into everything I realized things didn't add up. The history was off, I felt like I had been lied to, and…"
"I took notice when I saw where you graduated from. I live in Idaho, actually am a native, so you can take that either bad or good. If you like to read, start checking out some literature about mormonism that you may be unaware of.…"
May 7, 2012
Kyle is now a member of Life After Mormonism (exmormon)
I recently graduated from Idaho State University and am currently living in Canada in the Alarm Industry for the summer. I enjoy meeting knew people and hope to meet many more in my same situation with the church.
Interests and Hobbies:
I enjoy watching movies, hanging with friends and pretty much anything outdoors. I love Mountain Biking, Camping, and Hunting. I also like trying new things.
The Bourne Trilogy
Favorite activity after mormonism?
Well...I decided the LDS church was not true within the last couple of weeks, so I'm still trying to figure things out.
If you went on an LDS mission, where and when did you go?
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I took notice when I saw where you graduated from. I live in Idaho, actually am a native, so you can take that either bad or good. If you like to read, start checking out some literature about mormonism that you may be unaware of. Todd Compton's work, "In Sacred Loneliness, The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith, for starters, or maybe you've read everything. Another good one made into movie format a gazillion years ago, Jon Krakauer's "Under The Banner Of Heaven." Everybody here knows a ton more than I do when it comes to research and reading, but I've been out for somewhere close to 24 years, and it's been an interesting ride.