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Hi I'm Bryan

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 My Name is Bryan Moses. I live in Sweet, Idaho. My beautiful wife has given me two wonderful children...our daughter is almost 2 and our son almost 4. We love to ride horses and move cows on the Ranch...we love the backcountry of Idaho. We also enjoy most anything active from Wakeboarding/Waterskiing to Basketball. We love to do all this with our friends and our family!

Why I am a Mormon

 Being a Mormon is what brings purpose to everything I do in this life. There is a purpose to trying to keep my marriage and family together. All the effort that I put into trying to provide for my family and be a good husband, father, son, citizen, etc is not all for naught...this life is not the end! There is a God...I feel it with every fiber of my being. I've felt it in the depths of despair and in the zest of existance. I can't spend one day out there on my horse without feeling in my heart that there's somebody up there, it's not just something I see in the perfect brilliance of the creations of this earth, it's also something that rings true in the very center of my being. I KNOW there is something more. And I've found the explanation of it all in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. And it has that same ring to it that I feel when I'm out in God's creations...It just feels right! THAT is why I am...and always will be...a Mormon.

How I live my faith

 I try to live my faith by living the moral standards that the Lord has taught us through his living oracles, the prophets. I try to live what I read in the scriptures and what I'm taught at church. In turn I strive to teach my children...and any other that I'm given stewardship over to teach. I contribute to the tithes and offerings of the church in order to help those in need of food, clothing or other necessities of life. Also in order to help build churches, temples, and provide the necessary materials for the teaching of the Gospel to all who will listen.