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Hi I'm Robert Bryce

I'm an elderly Mormon. I love my wife of over 64 years and our rather large family. They and computers keep me busy and happy.

About Me

I am a retired Computer Engineer without a college education. I was involved in the details of the computer evolution from 1956 and the vacuum tube era to 1988's main frames and teleprocessing. Since retirement, I have loved the applying of technology to family history research and data organization, as a volunteer. My wife and I are Arizona natives.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon for two primary reasons. The first, because I was born to Mormon parents. And so were they, and so were they, and so were they--for four generations. Tradition is a grand thing and I am grateful for it. More importantly, I know for myself that the Gospel of Jesus Christ as taught and ministered within my church is the same as Jesus Himself taught it. It came as a complete restoration and by direct revelation from my Heavenly Father and his Son, Jesus Christ. Study, prayer, service and obedience to commandments produced that knowledge for me.

How I live my faith

The Mormon Church has no paid ministers. So, we each have the responsibility to teach one another, as directed by our fellow member-leaders. The congregations are small enough for us to know each other. I am willing to accept any 'calling' that is extended to me because I know my leaders are acting in response to direct revelation. One of my most enjoyable experiences was as a Scoutmaster. Together, my wife and I were missionaries on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. It was a wonderful time of togetherness for us.