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Hi I'm Bryant

I am a husband and a father. I have lived around the country. I work in construction. And I am a Mormon.

About Me

I live for my family. There is no place I would rather be than with my wife and my five children. I love just hanging out with them and I love to go on trips with them. We love to explore and discover new places together. I graduated from college with a degree in Construction Management and have since worked in construction around the country. I am passionate about building. I have had the opportunity to work with some great organizations and people on building everything from airplane hangers, to historical renovations, to freeways, to resorts, and apartment buildings.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon becasue I know my Savior, Jesus Christ, lives. I love reading the Savior's teachings and about his life in the New Testament. I marvel at his works, his sacrifice, his atonement, and his love for me. The Spirit has testified to me that these things are true. The Spirit has also testified to me that Christ has a church on the earth today; the Church of Jesus Christ of Lattter-Day Saints. Christ leads his church through a modern-day prophet who helps us understand his gospel and his will. By choosing to follow Christ's gospel and to attend his church, my family has found happiness. Following Christ has brought peace to our home and has brought us an understanding of our purpose on earth and life after death. I am a Mormon because it is Christ's church, and following Christ always leads to happiness.

How I live my faith

Our family's motto is, "You can choose your actions, but you cannot choose your consequences." If we choose good actions they are typically rewarded with good consequences. I live my faith by trying to follow the commandments. That allows me the freedom to continue to make my own decisions and to follow opportunities that are presented instead of having the consequences of poor decisions govern my life and restrict my freedom to choose. As I follow the commandments and make good decisions, the Spirit testifies that I am making the right decisions and those decisions are reinfocred by good consequences. Living the gospel and being with my family have brought me immense joy and happiness. I try to share these things with others and help them understand that we all have trials and struggles but if we follow Christ, he will help us overcome our trials and thaat we will find that the natural consequence of following Christ is happiness.