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Hi I'm Brigham Page

I was born in Montana. I'm a twin (fraternal). I am 20 years old. I'm serving in the Louisiana, Baton Rouge Mission.

About Me

I was born in Montana and then, since my dad was in the Air Force, moved all around the place for the next few years. I lived in England (twice), Nebraska, North Carolina, and then finally Utah. I have never lived anywhere longer then four consecutive years. But its been a great experience because I have had a super loving family there with me the entire time. I am the second oldest of eight kids. I have one awesome older brother who completed a full-time mission in the Oklahoma, Tulsa Mission in October (2014). I have a twin sister who is a missionary at the Oakland, California Temple Visitor Center, speaking Spanish. I then have one younger sister, two crazy younger brothers, a baby brother, and the last one is a little girl! Right now i am serving a Spanish speaking mission in Louisiana and I am loving it. It has been quite the adventure to see and experience the culture of Louisiana and also the very diverse Hispanic culture. The people are amazing and so humble. Before my mission i enjoyed wrestling, reading, and hanging out with my friends. If i wasn't doing that, then there was Always more yard work that my mom could some how find in our backyard. It was that or other neighbors or families in our ward who needed their lawns mowed...that was the life. I also enjoy singing and playing my harmonica and i am currently learning how to play the piano.

Why I am a Mormon

BECAUSE I KNOW ITS TRUE! I was born into this church. From day one I have been taught the teaching of the church. But that doesn't mean I came with a pre-packaged knowledge of the truth. In order to know, I had to ask God, our Loving Heavenly Father, if it was true. And through diligent scripture study and prayer, I have come to know for myself. I think of my testimony as a journey. Every step matters. Everyday I wake up, I do the things i know i need to. I pray, I read the scriptures, I try to be Christ-like. I ask my Father to know the truth. And as I show Him that I have a desire to know, He shares His spirit with me. He helps me, He guides me, He uplifts me. He is there for me. I know this is the true church. I know that I have a Heavenly Father who cares about me because I am one of His sons. I have an older brother, Jesus Christ, who came to the earth and suffered for all my sins and my pains and my sorrows. And because he did that, He is my best friend. He knows me better then anyone else and I know that I can go to him for comfort and forgiveness when I make mistakes. I know that the power of the Atonement is real and it is here for each and everyone of us. I know that the Lord loves us enough to have a prophet on the earth to lead and guide us. The church is led by Pres. Thomas S. Monson today, a true and living prophet of God. I know the church was restored through the prophet Joseph Smith. He saw God the Father and Jesus Christ. And through the power of God, he was able to translate the Book of Mormon for us today. I know the Book of Mormon is the word of God. I know it is true. I also know that the Bible is true and that we can come closer to our Savior and his teachings by reading them, studying them, and then applying their teachings to our lives. I am so grateful for the opportunity to be member of this church. I am grateful for the chance to know a small portion of my Savior's love for us. We can never fully understand, but we can, in part, Know.

How I live my faith

Right now I am serving as a full-time missionary. Everyday I get to get up and study the gospel for a few hours and then i go out in the world and share it with anyone and everyone that is willing to listen. Sometimes that means we knock doors until someone takes mercy on us and lets us in out of the Louisiana Humidity or other times it's the homeless men who live under the freeway flagging us down. Whatever way presents itself, we take it. We follow the spirit in all of our efforts, trusting that the Lord will show us where to go and what to say. And sometimes, if His influence isn't as obvious, we take a couple steps in the dark having faith that He will light the way..even if it is only one step at a time.