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Hi I'm Brenna Jameson

Adventure is my life; exploring is my passion. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

First of all, thank you for finding my page and taking the time to read through it! From the outdoors, to the arts, to patriotism, to good ol’ living, and to everything in between I am a major fanatic for. I especially love laughing and having a great time. Life can be crazy amazing, but only if we allow it to be! Being the youngest out of 4 children, I'm the baby of the family and also known as the favorite. As a child my family moved around a lot - I have lived in 7 different states now. I currently attend Brigham Young University simply trying to navigate all the things I love in life. I served a short 1 month long mission in Portland, Oregon. Family, integrity, endless joy, pure fulfillment, good health, unconditional love & charity, and most of all, the gospel of Jesus Christ matter most to me.

Why I am a Mormon

Of all the questions that fill this world, why has got to be one of the deepest of questions. The answer exposes all. I am a Mormon, well, because that is what the nickname is. However, the reason why I believe the "Mormon Faith" is because it contains the fullness of Christ's Gospel. I am a follower of Christ, and it is with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that I am a more fulfilled, faithful follower of Christ. Let me lay it out for you: The Doctrine of Christ (centered on the Atonement of Christ) offers great faith. This great faith is supported through scriptures, prophets and leaders, commandments, answers to prayers, personal relationships with our Heavenly Father, and so much more. After faith we always have the chance to repent. If it comes down to it, we repent with leaders who have the Priesthood authority of God. After which we have the opportunity to get baptized with that Priesthood authority of God, allowing us to make covenants with Him. Every Sunday with the Priesthood blessing the Sacrament we have the opportunity to renew our baptismal covenants. One of the greatest blessings we gain through baptism is the gift of the Holy Ghost. He is a comfort, guide, and protector for us. Then what? We continually progress by enduring to the end. We keep our faith, repentance, renewal of covenants, and relationship with God, Jesus, and the Holy Ghost. Religion should not be a once a week thought, it should be a way of life. Mormon's have a notorious way of life. My life as a Mormon is a life filled with genuine happiness that isn't just temporal. This is a happiness that will last me eternally.

How I live my faith

To keep it simple - I believe in Christ and try my best to be like Him. How I best believe in Christ is by following His teachings of His Gospel. Those teachings range from loving others, having charity, to being a good honest person, having sincere integrity along with virtue, and trying our best to be a good light. The world is so complicated; people are even more complicated. The gospel of Jesus Christ offers a genuine good life. Not because that life is perfect and everything goes our way, but it is a good life filled with good practices, rewarding faith, endless blessings, and above all incredible, never-ending, magnificently eternal relationships with our dear Heavenly Father, Savoir Jesus Christ, and the comforting Holy Ghost. I would not say I live my faith, but instead faith is how I live. It gives me life. It saves me in innumerable ways.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Brenna Jameson
Pray. Pray about what you are taught and do this sincerely. I have learned that I need to press aside my personal thoughts, beliefs, opinions, and distractions to get the answer I'm looking for. You simply cannot expect a million dollar answer from a penny worth care or prayer. You can ask Heavenly Father what is true or not and you will receive an answer. Read the scriptures. Also have faith. This is highly important as what do you think will happen if you do not believe you will get an answer? Fear not, there is no cookie cutter way to receiving answers. It is personally individualized to each of us. Through this you will be able to gain your own personal testimony - that's how you know that "Mormonism" or rather what we believe in and practice is true. Show more Show less