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Hi I'm Jecca J.

I'm a Mormon, established February 18th, 2007. I grew up in mid-southern Mississippi.

About Me

 I am Jecca. I am a convert from Southern Mississippi. I am married and am currently getting a degree in Communication with an emphasis in Film and TV production. I am a people-person, I love interacting with children, and I LOVE animals.

Why I am a Mormon

 All my time growing up was spent doing things other than religion. My parents weren't and still aren't religious in anyway, and so whatever interactions I got with people of faith were with friends and possibly other family members. I have always had strong beliefs about things, but I was never able to really put names to them until I found this church. The things I believed before were and are part of the doctrines here. After finding this church and practicing this religion on a daily basis, I am finally happy with myself as a person and I love myself for who I am, just as my Heavenly Father loves me.

How I live my faith

 The phrase "living my faith" is just that. It isn't just words to say to impress people. It's a way of life. It's how I see the world and how I treat it. Living these doctrines and principles every day has helped me to become a much more understanding and accepting person.

Why do Mormons perform baptisms for the dead?

Jecca J.
 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is for everyone, not just the people who are alive and taught today. People who have long since passed on still have the opportunity to be baptized members of the church through baptisms for the dead. This ordinance is truly special and important in the foundation of our faith. Show more Show less