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Hi I'm Brittney Michelle

I'm a wife, I'm a basketball coach, I'm a track coach, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife, sealed to the most wonderful man in the world for all eternity. I enjoy running, soccer, basketball, and anything else that makes you work up a good sweat. I am currently coaching a junior high girls basketball team. I love meeting new people and learning from and getting to know others. I love to be with family and friends and taking time to spend with the people I love!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and I am a Mormon because it has brought me nothing but joy and direction. From it I gained the knowledge of who I am and where I came from. The gospel of Jesus Christ gives me hope for the future. I know that Christ is my savior. I know that I am a daughter of a loving Heavenly Father. I know that because of their love, Heavenly Father created a plan where my Savior, Jesus Christ, would make an atoning sacrifice that would overcome death and allow me, an imperfect daughter of God, to have eternal life with my amazing husband and family. I am a Mormon because without it I would be lost.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending my church meetings regularly, studying the scriptures and the words of the prophets, and by trying to gain Christ-like attributes and living my life trying to be a little better each day. I strive to leave everyone I come in contact with better than I found them. I rely on my Savior, Jesus Christ to give me my strength and get me through each day feeling the joy and hope that he brings to my life! It is through Christ that I have the energy and strength to get through the challenges of life and it is also because of Christ that I can live each day knowing that I have eternity with my wonderful husband.

How are modesty and chastity related? How can parents teach their children to be modest in dress, language and behavior?

Brittney Michelle
Modesty is almost a precursor for chastity. They are the built upon the doctrine of the sanctity of our body. By being modest in our actions and dress we outwardly show our understanding that we, as a soul, are more than just an object to be flaunted. Our body is a gift from God and he has asked us to save intimacy until after we are married. We show respect for him and ourselves if we hold off until marriage and always dress and act modestly. This principle can be taught to children through example, first and foremost, but also by being honest and explaining to them the importance of it and why we are asked to live it. Use the Holy Ghost as your guide as you teach your children. Show more Show less