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Hi I'm Brian Michael Kozub

I spent most of my youth on a farm. I ride a motorcycle. I'm a deadhead, I'm a missionary, and a I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Brian. I'm currently serving a mission in Albuquerque, NM. I was born in Buffalo, New York and raised on a farm a few miles south in a town called Eden. I've lived in Rochester, NY most of my adult life. I've had a pretty vast array of jobs, including construction worker and guide at a floatation therapy center. I attended Snow College, in Ephraim, UT for a semester and would like to continue school after my mission to get a degree in Elementary Ed. My include camping, watching movies, and going to concerts. It's always a great treat when I'm able to attend a music festival that involves camping. The activity I'm going to miss most about home life is riding my motorcycle. I had an '05 Honda Shadow Spirit 750. My pride and joy. I've enjoyed 2 long distance camping trips. One was to a music festival in Southern Ohio and the other was just a camping trip with a friend in northern Virginia.

Why I am a Mormon

I was actually a convert. My family is mostly comprised of non-members. When I was younger, I always wanted to play at my grandmother's house on the weekends. At one point, my grandmother made the rule that if I wanted to go over there on Sundays, I'd have to go to church with her first. Eventually the missionaries began to come to my house and teach my whole family. My mom was baptized when she was young but she had left the church. The work of faithful missionaries and loving members in the ward caused us to feel the spirit and decide to really get back into the faith. My mom is as strong a member as ever and the example of her and my grandmother really inspires me to work hard and follow what I know to be true. I'm a Mormon because I know the church is true. I've received answers to my prayers. I've felt the Spirit confirm these truths to me as I've read in the Book of Mormon and asked my Heavenly Father if it's right.

How I live my faith

I am currently a missionary. I spend my days preaching the gospel and sharing the spirit with just about everyone I see. Every day I set an example by my actions. The people I come in contact with may not know any other members so it's important that my companion and I act in a way that we want the church to be represented.