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Hi I'm Brett

I'm a global agriculture economist. I love spending time with my wife and four children. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a husband and a dad. I grew up on a cattle ranch in Utah and now live in Colorado. I love spending time outdoors, especially with my family. I enjoy fishing, hunting, and camping.

Why I am a Mormon

I think most people have an inherent drive within themselves to find truth and peace. The gospel of Jesus Christ provides both. Being able to receive a personal knowledge that our Father in Heaven knows and loves each of us individually has changed my life. I have found that there are many different paths through life, but the path I have chosen is the path that offers true happiness, not only in this life, but beyond this life. My family is everything to me and the knowledge that we can be together forever brings me true peace.

How I live my faith

The church provides many opportunities to serve. I get to serve in various assignments in the church. I love participating in youth activities such as scouting. When I see the courage and faith of our youth today, it gives me great excitement for the future. As a christian, I seek to live the principles taught by our Savior of love and service. My wife and I teach our children those same values.

What are some things that tell you there is a God?

My experiences on the ranch with livestock and nature always affirmed the existence of God. I enjoy studying geography and science; it all makes perfect sense to me when I consider that our Father in Heaven created all things. That knowledge was further affirmed in my life when we brought children into this world and I knew that they were literally sent from God. I often look at clouds, mountains, trees, and plants, just to feel that reassurance that God lives and created all things. Show more Show less