Hi I'm Jordan
I'm Australian, I'm currently serving a full-time mission in France and I'm a Mormon.
My family consists of my three beautiful sisters, my awesome mum, genious dad and me. I have been blessed with the oppotunity to serve a mission in the Paris Mission, France. Before my mission I used to love watching AFL on the weekend and playing basketball with friends. During the week I went to university and studied Chemical Engineering. I love studying the applications of engineering in daily life and I find it amazing that nature is so structured and everything has its own function and purpose. I have a firm belief that such perfect structure cannot be the product of total chaos without an omnipotent and omniscient engineer.
Why I am a Mormon
I am a mormon because I love my Heavenly Father and his son Jesus Christ. I have no doubt that I will see them again one day. Jesus Christ is my perfect example and I try to be like him every day. I find that when I choose to follow him and make decisions even when I know they will be hard, I am always able to accomplish the thing that I set out to do. I love my family and if I wasn't able to be with them in heaven, I dont think it wouldn't be heaven at all. I grew up in the church and never really believed all the things that were taught to me, but when I found myself making bad choices in my life, I started to feel miserable. I got to a point where I saw the happiness of those around me and I just knew that I was missing something in my life. Eventually I realised that when I gave the Gospel my full attention and really tried to listen and do what my teachers taught me at church, I was so much happier. Then through my prayers and the Holy Ghost I gained a undeniable witness that the Church of Jesus Christ has truly been restored to the earth and that I can live with God again. I know that god lives, and with that knowledge, I have been able to find true peace and happiness. This has helped me to help others find happiness and by doing so I have received more joy in serving others than I had ever thought possible.
How I live my faith
I live my faith by attending church on sunday, reading the book of mormon every day and putting myself in places that I know I can feel the spirit. I love to share what I know to be true, so I am serving a volunteer mission for the next two years in France. By sharing what has given me great joy in life I feel as though I am truly living what I believe and know to be true.