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Hi I'm Hannah Abigail Brammer

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a junior in college studying English and Spanish who will be going into publishing after graduation. I am an African-American who was adopted through the Church by my loving family to whom I am sealed to for time and all eternity. I have lived in England, New York, Salt Lake City, and am now residing in the sunny state of Hawaii. I love dogs, boxers to be exact, and I really appreciate a good plain bagel.

Why I am a Mormon

Many times we hear about people who were "born and raised" in the Church thus making them lifetime members; I am one of those individuals. I used to think that because I was brought up in the Church that my testimony and faith were given things that I didn't really need to work on. But as I have gotten older, I have come to know that every member, lifelong or converted, makes the choice to be a Mormon. I'm a Mormon because I know that it is true. I'm a Mormon because I cannot avoid the overwhelming feeling of divine love when I go to Church and the Temple. I'm a Mormon because I choose to remember that I am a daughter of a loving Heavenly Father who longs for me to return to Him. I'm a Mormon because I choose to be.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to make right decisions everyday. I know that I make mistakes but I also know that with every morning God has blessed me with that I have another chance to live righteously. I was recently called to be a Gospel Doctrine teacher in my ward and have been blessed with the opportunity to plan lessons that require a deep study of the scriptures. I make it a point to read my scriptures and to pray daily, both out loud and in my heart. I try to do the best I can and I know that God is there to help me along. I try to live my faith through my words, my actions, my behavior, and my thoughts.