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Hi I'm Bryan

I grew up in Utah. My highschool mascot was a "Beetdigger". I love to sports. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a husband and father of four children. I work for an insurace company and my wife is a school teacher. We have four children and are very involved with their school acivities, sports, and church activities. Families are very important to us, and we loving spending time with our families (especially around holidays). I love being outdoors fishing, running, hiking, hunting, and playing sports. I love to read and play games.

Why I am a Mormon

I have known, in my heart, that this church is God's church, for a long time. My parents are members of the LDS church. I was raised in the church. I learned through the child and youth programs. I served a 2 year mission for the church. I have been married and had my marriage sealed in a holy temple so that the marriage can last for all eternity. I have prayed to God asking him to help me to know if the church was true. I have felt peace that I know comes from God, and I know it confirms that this is His church. I know God loves me and loves every one of His children. I believe that every person searching for real truth and asking God with real intent, will be led to God's true church.

How I live my faith

I work with the ful time missionaries to coordinate my efforts, and the efforts of my fellow congregation members with the efforts of the missionaries. I visit specific families on a monthly basis to share a message of the gospel and check on their needs. I help families that are moving into the area by helping unload their moving trucks when they arrive, and I sometimes help pack up those that are moving to someplace else. I help young men with their Eagle Projects and other scouting activities including camp outs. I work with my wife to teach my children to pray at meal times, and at ther times when need arises. For example, we have taught them to study and pray leading up to school tests. I read my scriptures every day. I pray and ask for things and give thanks to my Father in Heaven. I ask God to forgive me of my sins, and I know that through Christ's sacrifice, I can be forgiven. I trust in God's plan, and I am thankful for it.

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Bryan
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