About Me

A quick little bio: I am Christopher Keith Bryce and I was born in Phoenix, Arizona on January 4, 1991. I live in Orem, Utah and am currently serving a two-year mission to the Fukuoka Japan Mission, where I will be speaking Japanese! I left for my mission on February 4, 2015.

I am the oldest of four boys. I grew up in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and I have a growing testimony of its truthfulness. I love anime, interesting movies, beautiful music, and Apple products.

I graduated from Orem High School and have completed a couple of years at Utah Valley University. I have not yet declared a major, but am fascinated with the digital world and its media.  I worked at Walmart and the Rocky Mountain Wing Shak.


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  1. Hi Elder Chris –

    I hope all is going well for you. It sounds like you are doing great.

    As you may know, Sister Mullen and I returned home from our mission the beginning of July. We absolutely loved our mission. Like your mission, it was full of ups and downs, happy times and sad times; but, it was a blast. We are so grateful that we had the opportunity to serve.

    Not long ago, I was reading an article by President Uchtdorf. He was talking about the pioneers and what we can learn from them. They sang the song “Come, Come Ye Saints” with its familiar chorus – “All is well” even when all was not well. They suffered terrible and often walked all day. Some days, they must have wondered if they would ever arrive; but, still they pressed on and were grateful. “But with joy, wend our way”

    President Uchtodorf went on to teach “The pioneers, who sacrificed so much, went without and hungered for even the most basic of necessities to survive. They understood that happiness doesn’t come as a result of luck or accident. It most certainly doesn’t come from having all of our wishes come true. Happiness doesn’t come from external circumstances. It comes from the inside—regardless of what is happening around us.

    The pioneers knew that, and with that spirit they found happiness in every circumstance and in every trial—even in those trials that reached down and troubled the deep waters of their very souls.”

    I have learned that to be true. You and I can choose happiness not matter what our circumstances!!

    I was able to read part of your blog. I am very proud of you. Keep up the great work.

    Much love – Don Mullen

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