Hi I'm Jordan
I am a college sports enthusiast, and an engineer. I am an aspiring world-changer. I have a beautiful Texas daughter and wife.
My favorite thing in the world is, well, the world! I mean seeing the world. I have already been to four different countries China, Argentina, Canada, and Mexico that is if you don't count plane layovers in other places in South America. Exploring new sites is never any fun by yourself. So my other favorite thing is family and good friends. I come from a larger family, and there is nothing I would rather do than spend time with my wife, my daughter, and my family. What do I do that makes me feel important? I am a manufacturing engineer, working in the HVAC industry, where I am contributing to the implementation of a new production line. I aspire to do something great in my life--to change the world. I am confident that by living every day the way Christ did, I really can help change the world--not through a single major accomplishment, but through the simple, day-to-day acts of service and love that Christ performed in his day-to-day life.
My family is the greatest possession I have. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I have learned that I can live with my family forever-not just until we lose each other at death. Being a Mormon also means I am expected to improve myself and to serve others. I have committed to live healthy and to serve others the way that Christ would. In sum, I am just trying to become a better follower of Christ.
The author Annie Dillard was known for saying, “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives." This rings true in the way I feel about being a Mormon--it is part of who I am, just as much as being an engineer, a father/husband, or a world traveler is part of who I am. In other words, my actions today and everyday contribute to the way I choose to spend my life. My hope is that my actions in each of my roles reflect my faith in Jesus Christ.