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Hi I'm Brian J. Smith

My name is Brian Smith, I am an aspiring luthier, I love helping others, I love people, I'm an actor and I'm a Mormon

About Me

Hello, my name is Brian Smith, I was born in Logan Utah, to Michelle Murri and Brian Smith. I am the oldest of five kids, I have always been interested in music. Growing up my mother listened to Bon Jovi, and she passed down her tradition to me, I dream of one day owning my own guitar shop and having a family. I plan on working two weeks during the summer at a camp for children with various types of cancer. I love helping others and making sure everyone is enjoying themselves.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was 13, my little brother was diagnosed with cancer, I would pray for him everytime he went to the hospital. Even when people at my school would bully me, I kept striving for the truth. I have had my own personal revelations, nothing big like concourses of angels, but a still small voice talking to me, telling me that he would be alright and these trials would be preparing me for the rest of my life.

How I live my faith

I try and get out and share with everyone I know, whether at home, at work, at band practice, or even to random people in the mall. God has helped me so much in my life and I love him. I also share my experiences through Facebook and through the way I live. I also include parts of my faith in my writing.

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

Brian J. Smith
families are sacred to the lord. In all reality we are all his children, wouldn't we love to have everyone come home? Show more Show less

Are Mormons Christians?

Brian J. Smith
yes we are christians and yes we are strange, but strange isn't inherently bad. we are weird in a good way and we do believe in christ Show more Show less