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Hi I'm Josh

I'm Josh, I love music, reading, experiencing life, and I'm serving as a missionary in the Romania/Moldova mission.

About Me

I'm just a normal guy, with a love for God and His gospel. Singing is one of my favorite things to do, as well as listen to and play music. I love to read, to be with people, and to learn and experience new things. Right now I'm a missionary in the Romania/Moldova Mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I truly believe in this gospel. Pure and simple, it is true. I believe this with all of my heart. I've had my fair share of questioning times, wandering journeys off of the path, however big or small, and through it all the one thing that has stayed constant is God's hand in my life through Him showing His love for me. I have seen the Gospel bless the lives of myself and those around me, and now I have the opportunity to share that love and happiness that I've found in it by serving a mission.The atonement brings peace and comfort to my heart, and this church and gospel bring happiness to myself and those around me also of this faith. No matter what happens in life, I always have a reason to be happy. Someone died for me. He took upon him all of my pains, sins, weaknesses, emotions, distresses, mistakes, and every single thing that I could ever feel or do, and he atoned for me; he made it possible for me to be forgiven of my sins, and he is someone who can bring me strength when I am weak or feel alone. He is a constant friend, and He is always there. And through Him and this gospel, happiness has been brought to millions of God's children, and will soon go to all the world, and I am blessed to be able to be a part of bringing that Word to God's children here in Romania.

How I live my faith

Right now I am serving as a missionary for the church in the Romania/Moldova mission. This means that I go out, day after day, on the streets, in the parks, knocking blocks, talking to people about this church, trying to help bring them to an understanding of it, and in doing so, I get rejected and yelled at time and time again. But I love it. Why? Because this church and gospel brings joys that I've never seen anywhere else. And I get to share that with people. It's definitely a daunting challenge to go to another country, and attempt to, in a language I just barely know, teach them about a religion and by extension an eternal plan that will change their whole perception on life. But I'm serving the Lord, and so every day I have a smile on my face, and an optimism that can't be swayed. I live my faith by proclaiming the truth of it to others, and helping others see that there is always good to be found out there.