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Hi I'm Bryce

I like to play sports. I like to learn. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a college student. I study every semester including the summer semester. I like to learn things and I try hard in school. I like to play sports. I play with my brothers all the time. Basketball in the driveway, Soccer, Football, and Frisbee in the yard, and swimming in our pond. I don't play a lot of computer or video games but I do love to play Civilization 4 and Stranded 2. Other than that I usually only play when it's multi-player. I am a hard worker and plan to become a Spanish teacher in the near future.

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up in a family of members my whole life. The main reason why I choose to remain an active member of His church is because I've seen the blessings and type of life that comes when I obey the commandments that God gives through His prophets. It may not seem like much in writing, but for years and years, the same abundance of blessings has been consistent with the teachings and beliefs taught to me by my parents and the Church.

How I live my faith

Through my life I have learned to trust in God and that if I put Him first, He will make sure that I am taken care of. As I said before, I am a college student. I am a senior in college and I have a 4.0 GPA. I attribute this success to God because of the blessings that he has given me. When I was in seminary, I memorized all 100 scripture masteries and as a result, I have been blessed with a great memory and ability to memorize. I obey the Word of Wisdom and I keep the Sabbath day holy, thus enabling me to receive the promised blessings such as finding "great treasures of knowledge". College is usually expensive for most people and it has been somewhat expensive for me as well. However, thanks to the teachings and principles that I have learned from church, I have been able to pay my way through college. The church taught me to avoid debt to the extent possible and to only incur debt if it is for transportation, housing, or education. Yes, I have had to live without certain "commodities" such as the latest cell-phone or a nice TV or the most up to date gaming console, but life without these things has brought me so much more peace than I could have imagined. I live my faith by realizing that God's commandments are guidelines for us to follow to live a life that God would live, and as a result, enjoy the blessings He enjoys.