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Hi I'm Brett Andersen

I grew up in Southern Utah, I'm a University student, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a student at Dixie State University. I manage the CIT(Computer Information Technology) computer lab at the University. I am the club president of the graphic design club. I love playing sports, and having fun competing. I am also a pretty big nerd and I love Star Wars as well as other things like it. My family means a lot to me, and I enjoy every moment I can spend with them.

Why I am a Mormon

It honestly makes me happy. I was really unhappy for a long time, and then I just decided to pray, and ask God if he would make me happy. The scriptures always say that we just have to ask to recieve, and then go do our part. So I did. It was really interesting that within a short period of time I found myself unable to stop smiling and just happy as I could be. I made a promise that I would do everything the Lord asked me if he just made me happy, and so far it has been working for me.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is something I try to do by how I live. I love to help others, and like to make people smile. Though it can be hard with a busy schedule, I do my best to make time to include God in my every day life. My life becomes easier when I do.

How do I become a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church)?

Brett Andersen
If you want to become a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the first step would be getting in contact with a member, or the missionaries, who are representatives of the Church. After that the steps are really simple, you develop your Faith in Christ and what it is he has done for you, and then repent of the sins that you are currently committing, which is best done by learning what they are. Following that all that is left is being baptized and recieving the gift of the Holy Ghost, being confirmed a member of the Church. Show more Show less