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Brian Litzenberger

Brian has a passion for Drill and Marching. He has been teaching Pathfinders, Scouts and JROTC Drill for over 30 years. He has also taught Pathfinder Instructors how to instruct drill. He is a US Army and Coast Guard Veteran. While serving, he was selected to serve as a Color Guard Member. He has also served on numerous Military Honor Guard Details. He has also served as an active member of a silent military precision drill team.

 

In April of 2002, he recommitted his life to Christ. He has a passion for sharing Christ with others. He also has a passion for Motorcycling and founded a Clean and Sober Motorcycle Club, Crusaders For Serenity M/C. The mission and purpose of the club is to introduce Christ into the 12 Steps of Recovery, by sharing his personal experience, strength, and hope in Jesus Christ.

 

He recently graduated with his Bachelors Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Liberty University, emphasis in Psychology, Religion, and Criminal Justice. He is also a Police Academy Honor Graduate and served as a Tribal Public Safety Officer in California. He has also served in his community as an Emergency Medical Technician, and Community Center Sports Coach.

 

He is currently getting ready to begin his Master’s Degree in Education but is feeling a call to ministry. His interests are many, he enjoys Scuba Diving, Cycling, Motorcycling, Ham Radio (General Class KF6JCE), photography, backpacking, hiking, bird watching, wilderness survival, camping, and teaching others. He is married and has three children, his wife plays piano and sings, his oldest daughter plays drums and also sings, his son plays guitar, his youngest daughter is learning violin and also sings, he plays  Bass Guitar. The family frequently plays special music and also plays with their home church’s praise and worship team.

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