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Hi I'm Brandon Rozmus

I grew up in Ohio and in South Carolina. I play and love sports. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated high school and went to college at BYU-Idaho for a semester. I played football and wrestled my whole life. I love to draw and design things. I'm an Eagle Scout. I love the church and I'm currently serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, I'm serving in the Tahiti, Papeete Mission.

Why I am a Mormon

when my mother was a teenager she and my aunt joined the church. My aunt went on a mission to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Then after she got back my mom went out to college at Ricks College, now known as BYU-Idaho. After a couple years there she came back to ohio and fell away from the church. Then when I was eight I wanted to go to church and my mom knew where to take me. I was baptized when I was eight, but had to take the decisions like any new member. Then my dad got baptized about 9 years ago right before we moved to South Carolina. I love the church and I'm very grateful I'm a mormon.

How I live my faith

I'm currently serving a mission for my church. I love the people of Tahiti where I am serving. I try to set the example that Christ would want me to set. I try to share the gospel with everyone I can! I love the gospel a wish that everyone knew about it.

What is faith?

Brandon Rozmus
Faith to me is the knowledge of the unseen things. For example you have faith that the sun is going to rise every morning. You can't see it, but you know it is going to come up. That is faith. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about family?

Brandon Rozmus
Families are central to God's plan. Families are the most important thing to God. Families come first in the church. Families are so important to God, that He allows them to live togther FOREVER. Show more Show less