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Hi I'm Brennan Keppner

I'm a Graduated Homeschooler, a composer, a missionary, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the oldest son of a family of 15. I LOVE music, and I love composing it even more. I love strategy, and I enjoy studying historic battles. And I love being homeschooled, and being in charge of my education. I love my family and I love all my friends. And I love being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I am also currently a full time missionary in Washington Spokane, inviting others to come unto Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I was originally raised in the church, but as time went on, I wanted to know for my self. I was only eight when I seriously started searching, and asking if this church was true. If Joseph Smith was a prophet. I always believed God was there, but I wanted to know if this was in fact his church. I finally went to my maker, and asked; really wanting to know. And I received my answer, from the Holy Spirit. I know that this church is true. That this is Jesus Christ's church. And I know that his gospel has been restored upon the earth in these latter days. Conversion is an eternal process, but it is a real process. And no matter what walk of life you come from, we all must find that true conversion for ourselves. Only then, can we truly find the true joy of this Restored gospel.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to make sure that what I say, and what I do are one and the same. I love and trust my Savior, Jesus Christ, so I am sharing his Gospel here in the Washington Spokane. I am determined to serve him, and Endure to the End in his life giving light. I've found a real and deep love for serving, and I'm thrilled that I can do it full time while on my mission!

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

Brennan Keppner
The short answer is YES, and YES. We firmly believe that the family is infinitely important, both to our mortal world now, and for all eternity on the life to come. We are sealed to our families in the temple, and we make sacred covenants. If we keep these covenants, we will be with our families forever. We do not see death as an obstacle between families, we simply see it as a temporary goodbye, and we look forward with joy to the day when we will be reunited with them. Show more Show less