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Hi I'm Brent Pulsipher

I'm a Mormon Stake President. I grew up in Logandale, NV, married my grade school sweatheart, 5 children, reside in Washington St

About Me

Father of 5; Statistician; Enjoy gardening; Project Manager; I have enjoyed serving in the church in many capacities, particularly with the youth.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe that Jesus Christ is my Savior and Redeemer. Although I grew up in the LDS chruch, there came a time when I knew I needed to know for myself whether God actually exists, Jesus Christ lives and loves me, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ was restored through the Prophet Joseph Smith. I can point to several very dramatic spiritual experiences that helped me know those things for myself, but I can also point to hundreds/thousands of experiences when the Holy Ghost testified to my soul that some specific principle of the the gospel is true. I have seen many miracles that can not be explained by coincidence. I know that miracles occur in the lives of many good religious people as they exercise faith in God. But I also know that there are miraculous occurances and I have seen God's hand in events that involve doctrines unique to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I know that the restored gospel is true. God does live and hears and answers prayers. Jesus Christ loves all of us so much that he took upon himself our sins and died to save us all. The gospel of Jesus Christ has been restored in it's fullness. I'm also a Mormon because I have seen what happiness and peace comes to those who truely live the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We recently lost a son to cancer. Through it all, we experienced many tender mercies that are very sacred and personal that have given us peace, understanding, and hope that we will all be reunited again as a family.

How I live my faith

I am currently a Stake President. That means that I have the wonderful opportunity of overseeing 12 Bishops and their wards totaling about 4500 members. I counsel with Bishops and interview many members as they prepare for the temple and the priesthood. I also enjoy visiting and encouaging people in their homes. I also visit 3 widows each month and try to help them with household needs and encourage their spiritual development. Lots of meetings but I love interacting with such wonderful people.