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Hi I'm Brenden

I grew up in Alpine, Utah. I have always love to explore the mountain trails in my backyard. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to spend time to do landscaping and outdoor sports. Living so close to the mountains I have gone mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, and camping. Having Hungarian ancestors I being partially Hungarian myself I truly have been blessed to be called to serve in the Budapest Hungary mission. After my 2 year long service I plan to go to college and possibly build my own rock climbing company.

Why I am a Mormon

Having been raised well but lived in unique circumstances I have always found happiness and hope in this gospel. Having tuff trials that I could not withstand I get down on my knees and pray. I do believe that Jesus is the Christ and that he cares for me. He cares for you and will not only take your sins but also your pains and sorrows. Through Christ I have found happiness and love. I have grown to forgive others as God forgives my mistakes. This gospel is meant for all who are willing to have faith to find Christ in their lives.

How I live my faith

I have always liked to do family history work on familysearch.org I have grown closer to my ancestors and learned plenty about where I come from. I have done a little bit of landscaping for my families house. Every week the youth of my ward gather together to have a social event such as mountain biking, fly fishing, bowling and plenty of other exciting activities. Having my mission call I try to be a great example to the younger youth in my ward. I hope that by the way I live I can be the light in the room. To enlighten their minds with happiness and joy.

What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ? Why was it necessary for Jesus Christ to sacrifice His life?

Brenden
Atonement (At-One-Ment) brings us closer to Christ. He suffered and died so we can become someone better. Not only did he suffer for our sins he did it one by one, each person and what they have experienced. He suffered for not only our sins but every sorrow, pain, and anguish that you have experienced. Through Christ we can be forgiven of our sins. Show more Show less