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Hi I'm Brady

I am enrolled at BYU. I love sports and movies. I am currently serving the Lord in the Norway, Oslo mission. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a 20 year old member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I am currently serving the Lord in the Norway, Oslo mission. I like to think that I'm pretty above average but that could be false. I could list all of these cool things about my life but to be honest the best part about my life is my family! I'm convinced there's not a better one in existence. However when they leave me stranded at home without notice I love hanging out with friends and taking it easy. If it's a sport, I play it. If it doesn't have Gluten, I eat it. If it's a movie, I watch it. If it's life, I'll live it.

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon because it is what I want. Some people think that because I was raised in the church that my parents have forced me into this religion and that it is almost a "requirement". It is most definitely not. I love this church and nothing brings me greater happiness. I know with a sureness of heart that those who choose to live this lifestyle will be blessed with a happiness that cannot be compared to any other. Being Mormon is not easy, it is a challenge, but when I think of spending eternity with my family I know it will be worth it. The choices I make are ones that bring real happiness in my life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being an example every day. Being a member of the LDS church, or being Mormon, means a lot of different things. I want to spend my life showing others how easy and fun it can be to live a righteous and healthy life style. Serving others is important to me and I spend a lot of time with my family figuring out ways in which we can serve or help others. It is important to me that I live my life in a way that brings respect and admiration into the hearts of others when they think about my faith. Through my service and commitment to my ward and branch I always hope that people will feel that they can call on me in times of need.