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Hi I'm Brianna

I am the oldest of five kids. I love music, learning, and reading. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am the oldest daughter of five kids. I love playing and listening to music. Although I enjoy almost every genre of music, I love listening to instrumentals and country music. I started college planning to major in Radiology and then felt like I needed to serve a mission. I leave in just a few days and I am very excited to go.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the church by two fantastic parents, both of whom I love and admire very much; but, I am a member of this church because I know it is true. There have been a few times where I have thought about what my life would be like without this gospel, and every time it makes me feel sick. I came to know it was true when I was praying about it one night and I just started crying and I felt this overwhelming feeling and I felt in my heart and heard a voice whisper in my mind "You already know it is true." This gospel has given me so much peace. I have endured trials and hardship just like everyone in the world does. But I have learned ways to push through and become stronger. The happiness that has come into my life because of living the way that The Lord has asked me to live is amazing. And the friends that I have come to make because of it has helped shape me into the person that I am and want to become. It won't be easy, but I know that if I keep trying I'll get better. If anyone reads this, I can promise you that if you try to learn for yourself if this gospel is true you will receive an answer in The Lord's time. It might not be immediate, and it may not be right for you at that time...but he will answer your prayers. He loves you and is mindful of you always, and he will comfort you always. Trust in him, and he will help you.

How I live my faith

I was a visiting teacher for a couple women when I lived in Washington, I also served on a "Break the Fast" Committee. Basically, I was supposed to help plan themes for an activity after church on the first Sunday of the month, where we would bring food because we had fasted two meals previous to the activity.