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Hi I'm Kezi Brown

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Kezi! I am a sophomore at Brigham Young University Idaho. I am originally from the east coast but the west is so different. I recently have taken up knitting and I love it! I mostly am busy with school work but I am also preparing to serve a full time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I work on campus in creating Zion here on campus through Housing and Student Living office.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know Christ lives and his infinite power of the atonement covers my needs. While I have been a member all my life, I have recently been more fully converted to this gospel. I am a Mormon because I know of the joy that brings into my life. Our Father in Heaven knows us personally and it is through this gospel I can reach my full potential and return to Him again. I choose to live the gospel because I know his plan for me. God loves and cares for me and so to show my love for Him I continue to obey His commandments. A while ago I struggled with living up to God's teachings but I have come to know that if I keep the simple things I can be happier. I have also learned that I can always return to Him through the sacrifice Jesus Christ made for me and you. I know that a sign of that love is given to us by modern-day prophets. And if we listen, our Father in heaven will bless us.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by listening to others. I know that Jesus Christ and God listen to my concerns and do the same for you. By listening and being a friend I become more like my Savoir, Jesus Christ. I am able to serve the Lord through teaching a class during our Sunday meetings once every month. It is through this calling in the church I can better listen and learn from others and the spirit, as well as teach. I am also blessed with two young women whom I visit teach. I learn so much from them and as I listen to their concerns and needs I better understand God's love for them.