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Hi I'm Bryce

I grew up around Cincinatti, I love music with all my heart, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

All my life, music has been a part of me. Both of my parents encouraged me to learn and to push myself, and they still help me as best they can... my dad can barely carry a tune in a bucket, but that's fine by me. In the fall of 2012, I enrolled in college and began to challenge myself even more. Sometimes I didn't do as well as I had hoped. I was a straight A student in highschool, but college wasn't necessarily the same case. I picked myself up, and carried on loving life. It has been fantastic. I am currently serving as a missionary in the Philadelphia area

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because of my love of the Savior and my Heavenly Father. By following Christ's example and doing those things that he has required of me, I have learned for myself what pure joy and happiness are, and I continue to learn. There was a time during my teenage years where I did not do that, and those years were some of the hardest. Although life continues to be hard, my Redeemer has helped me see the blessings in those hard times and has helped me grow and become more like Him. Jesus Christ has done so much for me, and I love Him so much because of that. It is one of the single greatest desires of my heart to follow Him, and hear Him say "Well done, thou good and faithful servant."

How I live my faith

Because of my parents I always went to church (unless I was sick); but as I've grown up and left home to lead my own life, I've learned to love attending church every Sunday. Some days are better than others, and some times I've really wanted to stay home. However, I have never regretted going. As a student at college, I served as the director of the ward choir. It was a spiritual, if occasionally challenging, calling; but I grew during those two semesters in ways I would not have expected and am so grateful for the opportunity.