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Hi I'm Breanna Burden

I am a military brat and have lived all over the United States. I am an avid volunteer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Breanna and I will be serving as a sister missionary this coming September. I enjoy singing, drawing, reading, and writing. I am very involved in volunteer work especially when it comes to animals. I am an avid member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and was born into the church.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, firstly because I was born one, but that is not why I am a Mormon in my heart. My conversion story happened when I was about 14, I was going through a very hard time as most teenagers do and just lost faith in the gospel completely. I remember having a particularly bad day and my dad came into my room and just held me and told me it was going to be alright. That helped some but my heart still didn't feel right. My dad told me to pray about it so when he left, I did. I asked two very simple questions. One, if the Church was true. Two, if my Heavenly Father loved me. The spirit that swept over me was so astoundingly comforting that I just cried. I couldn't even finish my prayer for a short while because of how much I was crying. That was my change of heart, my big one at least. I have a knowledge and truth that burns inside of me and just makes me so happy. My testimony is strong and I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior and Redeemer and that he died for our sins, so that we could return again. I know that Joseph Smith was, and still is, a prophet of God and that his purpose was to bring forth the Book of Mormon for our day. I know that my Heavenly Father, and my brother Jesus Christ, love me so much. I know that the Book of Mormon is a true account of the people of the ancient Americas. Amen.

How I live my faith

As a Young Woman, I was always in the Presidency of whichever age group I was in at the time and eventually became the President of my age group. As of now, I am a regular church attender, a visiting teacher, and I help my mom (the President of the women's organization in our church) with the planning of her enrichment activities and service projects.