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Hi I'm Brad

I work with computers all day, and when I get home, I work with cows, chickens and kids, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy working with cattle, playing baseball, mountain biking, camping and bow hunting. I enjoy working with computers, and I also enjoy coming home and working with my animals and teaching my children how to work hard. I have 5 wonderful children who I love spending time with.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in a faith filled home with loving parents who taught me about my savior Jesus Christ. When I turned 16 I decided that I wanted to know for myself if God was real. My parents had taught me that God answers prayers. So, one night I went to my room and prayed to know if God was there. I experienced something that is difficult to describe with words because it was the most warm and peaceful feeling of love that I have ever felt. I knew from that moment on that God did exist and he loved me. Since then I, when ever I have had doubts or a lack of understanding of something in my life I always remember that answer to my prayer, and it gives me the strength and faith to carry on in my life.

How I live my faith

I strive to live my life the in a way that will set me and my family on a path to happiness in this life and in the next. I know the central theme of Jesus Christs life was service and charity, so I strive to serve other people whenever the opportunity arises. At church I have had the opportunity to serve as a volunteer in the youth programs of the church, as a Sunday school teacher and as a leader of adult programs as well. I enjoy helping with church and community service projects, like helping people pack moving trucks when they relocate, or participating in Colorado shares day, or road side cleanups etc.. I also enjoy sharing my religious and moral beliefs with others in the spirit of sharing and understanding, my motto is always to listen to understand then speak to be understood.