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Hi I'm Broc

I photograph. I unicycle. I Mormon. All day.

About Me

I'm a 21 year old student at Dixie State College in St. George, Utah. I've contracted a "southern side" to my actions and vocabulary, thanks to my 2-year mission to the Bible Belt Buckle of South Carolina. My passions include religious history, photography, college sports, graphic design, snowboarding, hiking, and anything outdoors. Southern Utah will always be the place I call home. My dream job would be Sports Reporting, but not all dreams are meant to come true. I have an interest in business and in the way we communicate as humans. I'm fascinated by the psychology and thought processes of the human mind. I love my family, and I owe it to them to be where I am today. I'm a strong believer in eternal families.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I follow Jesus Christ. I'm a Mormon because I got on my knees one night after reading the Book of Mormon and asked God if Joseph Smith was a prophet and if I should serve a 2 year mission. I'm a Mormon because I know that Christ lives, and that Him and our Heavenly Father love us and are very aware of us here on this Earth. I'm a Mormon because I love the True and Living Christ.

How I live my faith

I serve in whatever capacity I am asked to in the church, as well in the community. I strongly believe that it takes a village to raise a child, and therefore I believe in being active in the community just as much as the church. The teachings of Jesus Christ don't limit us to serving each other as believers, but to love your neighbor as yourself, regardless of religious views, or a lack thereof.

Do you really believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today?

Broc
God is absolutely the same yesterday, today, and forever. He always called prophets like Moses and Noah to act as mouthpieces, seeing as His Son, Jesus Christ, isn't always able to be here teaching us himself. God wouldn't just speak to people that we can read about in the Bible covering thousands of years, and then all of a sudden stop, and leave us all alone with just a book. He does give us those records to strengthen our knowledge and understanding, but he blesses us with Prophets so that we can receive clarification on sometimes confusing subjects in the bible. He blesses us with Prophets for further revelation to keep us safe in a world of changing values, and every increasing evils. God always has called Prophets, and he will continue to call Prophets until the return of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Show more Show less