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Hi I'm Bruce

I fell off a 100' cliff when I was 10. Heavenly Father showed me how to land. I survived. And yes, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in 1956. When I was 10 years old, I was playing on the top of a 100' high sheer cliff and fell. Heavenly Father showed me how to land. It shattered my pelvis. After it healed, I had to learn how to walk again. I later graduated from college and worked for Motorola as a computer programmer. In 2005, I learned I had suffered brain damage from the fall. Soon afterwards, I could no longer hold my job. I now have time to pursue my love for music. I am married to the greatest woman in all the world, and we have 5 children.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was 25 years old, my first wife left me. She was my High School sweetheart. I was so devastated I no longer wanted to live, and wanted to take my own life. I had been raised in the LDS church, but had stopped attending after I left home at 18. I decided to ask Jesus for help, but I didnt really think I could survive this horrible event, even with His help. I prayed nonstop. I asked for forgiveness, and strength to get through each hour. I found out who my bishop was and went to see him. This wonderful bishop told me that I could survive this, and would someday be married again. And be happy again. I began reading the scriptures and attending church every Sunday. I soon received the faith and strength I needed to continue. I finally married again when I was 36. It was a long and very difficult road, full of disappointments. But The Lord sustained me, and gave me the strength I needed to continue. I know that God lives and I know this is His church. And I know it is true. I know that the 10 commandments were given to us from God, the Father of us all. I know the Bible and Book of Mormon are true, and that we should all try to live by their teachings.

How I live my faith

The LDS church saved my life. I tell others about my experiences whenever I feel moved to do so. Since becoming disabled, I have spent much of my time doing missionary work.