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Hi I'm Britton

I am from Phoenix AZ. I'm studying engineering at BYU-I. I solve Rubik's cubes, earned eagle scout award and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a engineering student working on my Bachelors Degree. I plan on furthering my degree after a two year mission serving in both of the Tennessee missions. (Got moved to the Tennessee Knoxville Mission after 2 months of being it Nashville. I am the oldest of three brothers and our beloved Chug (chihuahua pug mix), Cosmo. I enjoy many past time such as singing, acting, engineering and solving twisty puzzles most commonly known one is the Rubik's cube just to name a few.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon since I have seen both sides of having the Gospel and not having it. This has been a huge testimony builder for me. I have also seen the joy that this Gospel has brought to my friends and family. I can also honestly say if I did not have a testimony of this Gospel I would not be serving a mission. During my mission papers process I had every reason to say "I just wont go". But I know that I have a mission to serve the one who I love and the one who I know without I would be lost. The Lord and His Son have been there for me anytime that I felt alone and have taught me a great lesson. This is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by magnifying my calling in every ward to the best of my ability. I am allway looking for some way to serve my fellow man. I'm looking froward to serving my mission.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

The short answer is no. We help every one who needs help for example a year ago we went to a high school and helped clean the campus as a project for Mormon helping hands. Show more Show less

How do I become a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church)?

If you want to or have any interest in our church look into talking with the missionaries and they will be more than happy to help teach you what you need to know. Show more Show less