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Hi I'm Brandi

I am a proud military wife. I teach preschool. I have 3 kids who keep me busy.

About Me

I am a 28 year old mom of 3. I teach preschool, take pictures and workout. Toughest childhood memory would be my parents divorce. Best childhood memory are the family vacations we took. Highlights of my marriage have been buying our first home, the birth of our children and traveling the world as a military family

Why I am a Mormon

I was fortunate enough to br born into a family who were already baptized members of the church, but like most children I still had to find my own testimony of the gospel and create my persoanl conversion. I would say for me I was blessed with child like faith. I always believed what I was taught and stuck to it. Not to say that I never made mistakes, because I certainy did, but even in times of choosing the worng I still always knew where I needed to go-spiritually. The time I entered college would be the time that I was ready to truly commit to ALL the standards of the gospel and live each principle daily. I know that Joseph Smith saw and conversed with God the Father and Jesus Christ that day in the woods when he prayed. I know because I have prayed about it. I have a testimony of temples, church attendance, tithing, the proclamtion to the world, fulfilling our callings. I have a testimony of Jesus Chirst. That it is by and through him that we are forgiven of our sins and given the opportunity to return to a loving Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

In the church I have had the opportunity to serve in many capacities. I have helped plan activities for members of the ward to get together and socialize with each other. I have helped plan acitivites that uplift and entertain the women in the church. I have taught the children in the church (ages 5-11) different gospel princeples as well as stories from the Bible and Book of Mormon. I currently teach the your girls in the church (12-18) which I LOVE

What is the difference between attending a Mormon Church and a Mormon Temple?

Attending a mormon church is open to all and any who desire to come. Each Sunday services are held and all are welcome. Attending a Mormon temple requires one to be baptized and worthy. Worthy meaning you follow the standards of the church and life style and then after an interview with your bishop you are given permission to enter and enjoy the blessings of the temple Show more Show less

What is the First Vision?

The first vision is the experience Joseph Smith had in upstate NY where God the Father and Jesus Christ appeared to him. Joseph Smith was confused on which church he should attend. Instead of seeking the advice of men he turned to God for the answer (as we are all encouraged to do). While praying God the Father and Jesus Chirst Appeared. When Joseph asked them what church he should join he was told none of them. Show more Show less