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Hi I'm Brittany

I'm a singer, a big sister, I love to laugh, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My passion in life is music. I love to sing and my dream is to record my own album. My family is a very important part in my life and my parents are my number one fans. I am currently serving as a missionary in California. After I return home from my mission, I'll finish my college education with a bachelors degree in Political Science from Brigham Young University.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised by parents who are members of the church, but there came a time when I needed to find out for myslef if it was the right place to be. I'm a Mormon because I asked God through prayer to tell me which church was His and the Holy Ghost impressed on my heart and mind that I was in the right place as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

How I live my faith

I'm currently living my faith by serving as a missionary. It has been a wonderful experience to dedicate this time of my life to teaching others about the gospel of Jesus Christ. I try my best to live the principles of Christ's gospel, such as faith, love and charity. Even though I somtimes fall short, I always try to follow the Savior's example in the way that I interact with everyone I meet. Having Jesus Christ as my example and friend has been a tremendous blessing in my life and I feel true joy by following Him.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Brittany
Families are so important because they are central to God's plan of happiness for His children. In our families we learn about gospel principles and how to apply them. We know that through the blessings of the temple, family relationships can last for eternity. Because of their capacity to endure forever, it's important to develop relationships of love and harmony within the family unit. Although our families are not perfect, they have the potential to bring us the greatest amount of happiness depending on our willingness to strengthen them by acquiring and living Christlike attributes. Show more Show less