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Hi I'm Bryon G. Blackwell

I'm a Floridian Mormon who practices functional medicine and functional neurology as a Chiropractic Physician.

About Me

I am a father of two beautiful girls and a wonderful son. I have been married to my lovely wife for over 10 years. I had a career in the banking and taxation industry, but disliked everyday of it. After a full year of soul searching and prayer, the answer came to me that I needed to become a chiropractor as was my plan when I was in high school. The Lord opened every door for me and has blessed my family the entire way through the journey of becoming a chiropractic physician. I LOVE the ocean! Being by water is very important to me. I love warm weather year round. Being cold is not really my ideal way of living my life. I enjoy reading history. I feel that we can't know where we are going if we don't know where we've come from. I love being with my family. Family is where my heart is at.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a Mormon? The simple answer is I found out for myself that it is true. I have never been one to just accept an answer because it was given to me. I need to find out the truth for myself, that is my nature. I was brought up a member of the church, but like all of us, there comes a time where you have to decide what to believe in. There is a challenge in the Book of Mormon that asks the reader to go to the Lord and ask Him if the writings are not true, which would mean everything else would not be true. I took the challenge for myself to see if it was not true. I did not allow anyone to make mind up, I chose for myself and found it to be true. This is why I am a Mormon and will continue to do my best to be a Mormon and to be the best son I can be to a loving Father in Heaven.

How I live my faith

I life my faith by serving in what ever capacity I am called to serve in. I have been a financial clerk multiple times, a seminary teacher, a Sunday school teacher, a counselor in the men's priesthood organization a couple of times, a clerk, and now the building facility representative. No matter what capacity we serve there are multiple blessings that we receive from serving in the church.

Why do Mormon missionaries proselyte?

Bryon G. Blackwell
Have you ever been to a restaurant that was simply divine? Everything was cooked just right and tasted better than anything else you've had. Well that is how I describe what the gospel is to me. It is something that is so right and gives so much light that I'm able to find my way even when there are times that seems hopeless. This is why we proselyte. We want everyone to have the opportunity to taste something that is perfect in a world that is imperfect. Show more Show less