What Is a Church Community?
Loading.....

The video player could not be built.

Do you want to chat with a missionary?

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Start a chat or call us at 1-888-537-6600.

Hi I'm Bradley Day

I am from Glendale, California. I am currently a student at UC San Diego. I will be serving a mission in Spain, Barcelona.

About Me

In college, I am currently studying cognitive science, though I am also greatly interested in history and linguistics as well. I am open to learning new things and hope to always do such into my old age as well as travel the world. My future is largely undefined, but I hope find an interest that will lead me to a career in helping others (most likely those with disabilities). In my free time, I enjoy wholesome activities with my close friends such as geocaching, exploring my town, playing board games, and playing video games (I.e. Minecraft). I play the flute a little bit and greatly enjoy listening to classical music, alternative rock, and some classic oldies as well.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born with both parents as members of the Church; thus, I always considered myself a Mormon. It was until I was in my teenage years that I began to think about why I was truly a member of this church, and what that meant to me to be a sincere member. I follow the beliefs of this church because it makes sense to me. It makes sense that God would look after the people of Earth today and provide a prophet to guide them as he did in the past. It makes sense that Jesus would visit and speak with certain other peoples around the world (such as in the Americas). It makes sense that there was a plan before I existed on Earth and that there is a plan for where I am going after I die. There are definitely moments of doubt as I go about my life, but I do not let that get in the way and destroy my faith. Often, I find that if I put my faith to the test and continue believing, I find answers that turn my doubts to reassurances. I hope that as I progress through life, my faith will become knowledge, and that I will be able to share this message, which brings me great joy, with those I meet.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by going to church activities often. These can include attending church every Sunday, going to events with fellow youth, and service projects. I try my best to listen to what our church leaders advise us to do as well. It is difficult, but if I try my hardest I am sure I can do what is possible and asked of me.