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Hi I'm Brennon

I`m a young-adult with typical public standing. I love to laugh. I'm preaching the gospel in Nicaragua. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I ran track in High School. I'm fairly good at hurdles. Just because I was last every race doesn't mean I'm bad. Just, unique. I love to eat. I love food. I don't gain weight. Nutritionally, my life is awesome. And I love a good joke. :) Big fan of nice cars, nice clothes, nice dancing. Dancers are jealous. I'm also learning Spanish. Which is difficult, but really interesting.

Why I am a Mormon

It's not easy living in a world like this. Some turn to jokes, some turned to drugs, I turned to God. I have learned for myself taht this Church is true by praying to God and asking for myself of its validity. He answered my prayer. I have learned for myself, and so can you. Ask Him. He will answer

How I live my faith

I am currently serving as a Missionary, enjoying the opportunity to serve and teach those in Nicaragua. I`ve seen how the gospel helps and blesses the lives of the people here. The love, the peace, the joy that comes into the lives of the families is something I love to see. I try to share my faith, my experiences with everyone. At times that means I end up in places i never knew existed but it also means I meet people with amazing faith. I also love to listen to what current prophets have to say. My morning usually starts off with me listening to diferent talks and lessons of Church leaders. I see them as incredible leaders, and try to follow their example in everything I do. As you watch their form of talking, living, you see Christ. It`s apparent they have worked to become more like our Savior. As I work and teach, I invite people to come unto Christ by recieving the Restored Gospel by following the steps He taught: Faith, repentance, baptism, reception of the Gift of the Holy Ghost, and persevering to the end. As I try to follow these steps in my life, I see the blessings that come everyday.

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

No, not all Mormons are required to serve missions. We are highly encouraged, and promised blessings if we do serve. I have already found that my life has been greatly blessed for my short time so far. My family has told me that they have felt the blessings that have come from my service. Because I have answered God's call to serve, I can greatly enhance the lives of those around me. Show more Show less