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Hi I'm Brady

I grew up on a Bison ranch in Idaho, USA. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am married to a girl who is perfect for me with two children, one boy and one girl they light up my life. I am a production coordinator for an automated welding equipment manufacturer and am currently enrolled in an MBA Program. I love to be outdoors, walking, hiking, riding an ATV, or four-wheeling in Jeep or pickup... Most of all I love being with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born to parents who are Mormon's but we never really participated in the church overtime it became as if it were no longer there. When I was 19 years old, I was living at my friend house, working a swing shift at a factory, and had dropped out of collage due to financial troubles. Because I worked late I had time to think about my life and were I was going. I knew I was living below my potential, but was lost on what direction I should go. I prayed to God that I might be guided to know how I should live, tears ran from my eyes is I sank into my bed that night. I felt utterly lost! My answer did not come that night, but it came later, on October 31,2000 at 10:14am Yes I remember it that clearly. I called my mom and told her I was going on a Mission. She fell silent (I had not gone to church in over 7 years) She asked if I was sure. I told her that I was and I would go with her support or without. I knew I was lost, I also knew deep down where I was suppose to be. God had answered my plea, he had brought to my mind the knowledge that he knows who I am. That I am his child, he has a plan for me, and the way is prepared for me to return to him. I was a prodigal son, with nothing, until I began to turn towards my Father in Heaven. He ran to meet me and I to him. I know that God lives and Jesus is the Christ. it is through Christ that we may come back into our Father's presence and and receive "all that the Father hath". Through His blood I am made pure again, and I love him, and I know he loves me.

How I live my faith

I am far from perfect, and acknowledge that openly, I apologize when I am wrong, and give thanks to God for what I have been given. I lead my family in daily prayer, scripture study, and in taking them to church. I teach them by example how a man should honor and cherish his wife. I work with my children to teach them how to care for themselves, and others. I tell them I love them each day. I am part of the leadership for the adult men in my ward. Myself together with two other men organize service projects, activities, teach, console, and advise men in our area how to lift each other.