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Hi I'm Bryant

I grew up in the church, have been called to serve in the Culiacan Mexico Mission, and love to learn about others. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love the world of learning as a college student. I am studying Business Management with a minor in Physics and want nothing more than to build the kingdom of our Heavenly Father. I hope to do this by helping businesses grow and succeed: creating jobs and new opportunities. I love spending time with my family and hope to someday have a family of my own. I enjoy sports from golf to basketball to just about anything. I enjoy reading and also spending time in the outdoors.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the church and am so grateful for strong parents and family ties that have provided strength for me all the way. Through small and simple things I have been able to gain a testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I can't think of a single moment in time where I have gained my testimony but I know that Christ lives and that He loves me. I know that God is real and is very aware of everything that we are going through at this very moment. I know that the Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ and that it is true. I know that we have been led by prophets, both ancient and modern, and that we are being led today by a prophet of God. I love this church, everything about it turns toward Jesus Christ, The Chief Cornerstone. I know that is through coming to our Savior, Jesus Christ that we can someday return to live with Him someday.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through service to others. I love to help, in any way that I can, children of our Heavenly Father on this earth and also provide service to those who are no longer on this Earth and did not have a chance to receive the Gospel. I love serving in church callings and the cannot wait for the day when I can enter the mission field.