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Hi I'm Justyn Bryner

I grew up in Salt Lake City, I love the sport wrestling. I have eight siblings. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I started wrestling at a young age, fell in love with it of course. I came to be pretty successful at it. I just started college at 21 because it's never too late to receive an education. I'm going to be a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from October 2013-2015. How I decided to serve a mission is when my father passed away in 2010 in a bicycle-semi accident. It humbled me a lot to where I felt the Lord made that burden lighter for me and from there I grew I desire to serve him.

Why I am a Mormon

When I found out that my father was killed in a accident, I was deeply hurt and lost. I was an eighteen year old kid who thought that he knew what he was doing and knew everything. I was living a lifestyle that only brought temporary happiness but would bring me to a deep low. As I knelt down and prayed for the first time in a very long time right when my dad passed away, I felt like I was doing something that would direct me to find true happiness. As the next couple days came as I continued praying and reading The Book of Mormon, My burden of losing my father at a young age became light and I was able to become strong through this difficult process of my father's funeral services. It took me a while to become able and worthy to be a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. That is because I needed to develop much mental and spirit maturity through the Atonement of Jesus Christ. I have been no where near perfect but I have grown a lot through our Master's teachings and Atonement.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith honestly as I am capable of. I'm no where near perfect with my faith but I always continue to strive to live it which develops me to become better at it. I serve in my ward's service committee, where whenever I am needed to help with a service to the community, I'm always happy and honored to do so. I have a testimony of serving others brings true happiness.