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Hi I'm Brevin

Lives In Kennewick, WA, Served a Mission in Guatemala. is a loving husband . Caring and passionate Funeral Director. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I'm the luckiest man on the planet! I'm married to a gorgeous girl who I love with all my heart. I have my dream job, I'm a Funeral Director, and I serve people every day in their time of need. I'm a singer, I'm often found singing a random tune that I've either made up or I've heard on the radio. I'm a man of may interest including world religions, psychology, sociology and mortuary science.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I was raised in the church, have gained a testimony of my own of the Book of Mormon and that Joseph Smith was a Prophet. I'm a Mormon because I know without a doubt that the lord has restored his only true gospel to the earth and that there is a true and living prophet today. I'm a Mormon because through prayer and scripture study I have a firm testimony that I can be with my sweetheart and the rest of my family for all eternity!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being an example to others by serving in my community. I live my faith through the little things like reading my scriptures and saying my prayers. I live my faith by seeking the lord in the big decisions in make in life. I live my faith by sharing small pieces of the gospel whenever possible with friends, co-workers or acquaintances .Last of all I live my faith by trusting in the scriptures and by standing firm in my knowledge that death is not the end but another step we take towards an eternal life with our families, with our father in heaven and with his son, our savior, Jesus Christ.

What do Mormons believe happens to us after we die? What do Mormons believe about life after death?

Brevin
As a funeral director I'm confronted with death on a daily basis, and I'm often asked what my beliefs are about death. Mormons believe that death is merely another step in our Heavenly Fathers plan of salvation. We believe that when we die, our spirits leave our bodies and go to a place called the spirit world. The spirit world is a place of happiness and rest for our spirits where they await the resurrection. We, as Mormons, believe in a physical life after death as well, which takes place following the resurrection of the dead following our time in the spirit world. When the resurrection takes place our spirits and our bodies will reunite again, the only difference will be that we will have perfect bodies that can no longer get sick and will never again taste of death. This is a great blessing for many people because their loved ones who had physical disabilities, like deafness or blindness, or physical, mental and emotional ailments will no longer have them and they will be able to reach their full potential in our Heavenly Father's plan, just like the rest of us. Our belief is that mothers will have the blessed opportunity to raise their deceased children during the resurrection. Children that die in their infancy are not damned like some churches may believe. We believe that children and infants are innocent and perfect through Christs atonement. When they die the go to be in our Heavenly Father's presence until the resurrection. Show more Show less