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Hi I'm Brian

I like to run. I like to hike. I like to rock. I'm a Mormon

About Me

After breaking my leg at 13, and not being able to walk for 6 months, I am no longer taking for granted being active. I love to run. Anytime and anywhere. Give me an iPod, nice running shoes, and a clear night and I can run for days! It is a great way to let life soak in. I have always lived in a busy household with 4 siblings. As they all grew older, for all of my highschool career I was working part-time, so running has always been time for me to think and cool down.

Why I am a Mormon

All my life, my family has always had an endless impact on who I have become. I have been able to grow, learn and enjoy life with my family many different ways. The idea of death to some is often avoided because that would be the end of the family bonds I enjoy. Quite simply, I am a Mormon due to the fact that everything about being a Mormon helps me become a better son and brother, and one day a good Husband and Father. Through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, my family has been unified in ways almost impossible to express. To sum it up, our family is based around love. And this attribute is eternal. My family is going to be together forever, and every other principle of the Gospel helps this belief become reality,

How I live my faith

Where I grew up, there were not very many of us Mormons. As I was in school, I was often the only Mormon. This made it very easy to be noticed and questioned. The rules my family had, our unity, my involvment in Boy-Scouts or Service Activites were always something out of the ordinary. I have found that living my faith is not so much of an act, it is the life-blood of who I am. Everything I do or say seems to come from the same source, and that is that I am a Mormon; the way I present myself, the way I act, what I think etc... I live my faith by stiving to live the way Jesus Christ himself lived.

What will the Mormon missionaries talk about when they visit my home?

Brian
We will invite you to come closer to Jesus Christ by making promises with him to follow his commandments and enter into the waters of baptism. Show more Show less

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Brian
Family is a gift from God. Before this life we lived with out Heavenly Father, and now we have the blessing of our families to help us with everything we go through in life. We get to laugh, cry and learn form eachother. On top of all that, we believe that our family is together forever. That means that when we all die, in the next life we will still have our same family unit and we can continue to learn and feel joy together! Show more Show less