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Hi I'm Brannon

I've lived in Arizona, Utah, California, Hawaii, and Chile. I am a dentist. I'm happily married. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I enjoy doing yard work. I like looking after my garden. (I grow watermelons, strawberries, jalepenos, etc). I work on people's teeth (fake and real) as a dentist. I was considered a wolverine, cougar, and a tiger at one point in my life (mascots of previously attended colleges schools). I have a wonderful, funny, beautiful, wife who is A+ in every way. I won a go-kart as a little boy from a fast food chain and consider myself pretty lucky. I have a good relationship with everyone in my family. I enjoy funny things. Funny people, funny stories, and funny movies. I consider myself very lucky and blessed in all aspects of my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a Christian home. I have wonderful parents. They let me grow up and guided me to live a good life. I grew up mormon. When I was old enough to move out and start a new life for myself I decided I needed to know if the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was true. I prayed and studied the Book of Mormon, Bible, and other good books. It felt "right" and "correct". It felt like this is a good and solid belief system and I felt it was approved by my Heavenly Father. I'm 31 years old now and still believe and am actively involved in the LDS church. I feel that the principles and commandments that I find in our teachings can really guide a person in life. Hardships and trials will come but having the core gospel truths to guide you through is very comforting. I love my Savior. I know I will be with my family in the after life. I know that God is alive and that he is waiting our return to Heaven. Life is Good.

How I live my faith

I am very involved with the men that attend our church. We strive to visit the homes where these men are fathers and husbands. We strive to teach them good principles such as faith and obedience to God's laws. We, together, visit other families in our congregation to help them feel loved, supported, and involved. We organize social events to strengthen our congregation and to help others feel welcomed. We try to watch out for one another and make sure that these men can watch and protect their own families.