Braxton: Mormon.

Hi I'm Braxton

About Me

I broke my thumb in January of 2012 playing soccer, which is my favorite sport. I was goal-keeper, and made a dive, landed on my thumb, and ended up shattering it. I did save the ball, though. When I broke my thumb, it was about 5 minutes into the second half, and I didn't sub out after it happened, so it hurt for longer than it needed to. I appreciate my friends, and I am glad to have them in my life. I have been told by all of them one time or another that I am too nice, which I honestly don't get. I went to college for a little while, was a full time student but went back to a full time high school student. I am doing very well in my classes, and I hope to one day become a surgeon or neurologist, or an orthodontist.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born as a member of the Church, because my mom already was a member. I never really liked church until I was 12, which was when I gained a responsibility as a deacon, and became the president of the deacon's quorum. I am now a teacher, and I go to church every Sunday I can, preparing the bread for the congregation, and passing it, and also now being a first counselor in the teacher's quorum. I believe that President Thomas S. Monson is a true Prophet today, and that he is ordained of God.

How I live my faith

I am a youth right now, but I attend church dances that we have and I do pass the bread and water when I can. I read my scriptures everyday, as it is a challenge to the Seminary (high school class) students.