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Hi I'm Brian Armacost

I grew up in many places in U.S. Love giving inspiring service and advice to my fellow men. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

One interest I have is to become a professional photographer to help pay for my masters degree in genetic research and design. My strong work ethic is one of the strongest principals I by live by outside the gospel. I know this to be true in my employment and school. The more focused and diligent I try the more I succeed.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member since the age of eight when I was baptized into the church. Being a child growing up in the gospel it took me a while to ask the question of Lord if this church is true. Then when I was 12 years of age I went to the temple for the first time, and I received an overwhelming feeling that the church must be true. For the joy and happiness in my heart was so great that I never felt anything similar before in my life. Since this point in my life I continue to grow in faith of the church be true. I strive to become more Christ like before my fellowmen by showing kindness, love, and a strong work ethic. The gospel has helped me get through many trials with success, and I know if I endure to the end I will be forever blessed. Through my experiences I know I'm ready to become a missionary by inviting others to come unto Christ to feel the same joy I have in the past. I bear testimony that the church is true with all my heart, the Book of Mormon is another true testament of our Lord Jesus Christ that always brings inspiring truth into our lives, and is our unlimited guide to get past any trial, I sustain Thomas S. Monson as a true prophet of God and the other General Authority's of the church to all be called by Heavenly Father as servants in these latter days to serve all of humanity, Jesus is the Christ that has atoned for all the sins of man that we may gain eternal happiness and live again with our Heavenly Father, amen.

How I live my faith

In the past I have been president and second counselor of a group of young men my age. I would plan activities for all of us every Tuesday and Wednesday related to Boy Scouts. I live my faith by reading the scriptures daily, going to church every Sunday, and staying away from things that aren't in harmony with the gospel. The most powerful way I live my faith is by helping other people, and doing weekly or monthly temple visits to help in sacred ordinances. Being in the temple brings endless inspiring happiness into my life which helps me move forward through my trials of every life with a breeze.