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Hi I'm Brittany

I was born and raised in Hawaii on the island of Oahu. I am the third oldest of seven children. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated high school in 2015 and earned my Associates Degree two years later at Brigham Young University of Hawaii. My major was in Education. I played volleyball throughout high school and college. Through that I was able to travel to other places and gain many experiences. I hope one day to travel the world. I love rollercoasters and being on high places. I went skydiving once and absolutely loved it. During the two years I was at college I worked as a cashier in a nearby grocery store.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the church by two parents who have always been strong members. I have always agreed with the values the church teaches and many of them are values I personally hold. I admit there were times I strived to avoid going to church activities. I was stubborn and always seeking for ways to disobey. But as I grew older I realized how big of an impact the gospel has had on my life. I don't know where I would be if I never had the safety and comfort of the gospel. I strived to discover whether the church was true or not. But as I searched, I realized I never had a doubt that it wasn't. I had always known deep inside that this was the true church of Jesus Christ. I know I am not perfect. I will make mistakes and at times will be led down the wrong path. But I know in my heart I will never deny the power and strength I receive from this gospel. This is the true gospel of Jesus Christ and I will never deny that. I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

In my church I was called to be a primary teacher of eight and nine year old children. I have to admit it was very challenging trying to hold their attention for 45 minutes. They are very energetic and full of questions that have nothing to do with the lesson I was trying to teach. Though it was a little difficult it was fun getting to know them while I had the calling. I was released and at the moment I am a visiting teacher to several women in our ward.