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Hi I'm Jenny

Grew up in Mesa Arizona, enjoy doing that quite service for everyone, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am an outgoing say it how it is personality. I grew up in the church and was raised by wonderful parents that taught me to love EVERYONE no matter the back ground. I am so thankful for that lesson. I have a outgoing non judgemental personality that most people are comfortable to be around and then once they find out I am LDS/Mormon are surprised because I am so accepting of them and then they see the love I have for them as a person, my fellow brother or sister and care about them as a sibling with out the judgment. We each have our own trials and they make us better or worse it is how we face those trials and the actions give us the outome good or bad. Favorite Quote:To Quote Elder Holland: God Expects you to have enough faith, determination and enough trust in Him to keep moving, keep living, keep rejoicing. In fact, He expects you not simply to face the future (that sounds pretty grim and stoic): He expects you to embrace and shape the future, to love it, rejoice in it and delight in your opportunities.

Why I am a Mormon

I was recently asked to talk in church which I had not done in 23 years. I was asked about faith and how to have that Faith in Jesus Christ. I was not always active in the church and have seen both sides of the fence and how choices we make or how we let peoples veiws of us influence where we are in our lives. No matter where you are or what you have done, if you look at yourself and others how our Heavenly Brother and Father look at you and apply that with love then you will see everyone with love and understanding. I have learned through trials that I do have a testimony and because of those trials I am stronger and my testimony as to being Mormon and having faith in the Religon (sometimes not the people) but the actual teaching's of the LDS faith, it is where I need to be. I am proud to be LDS and that the faith is there I need to keep learning and cultivating it to be the daughter of God that he wants me to be. If you take the Bible and the Book of Morman and apply the simple principles to your everyday lives, then you are helping yout fellow brothers and sisters because they will see the good and strive for the same things in their lives.

How I live my faith

Do you think our brother would have sacrificed himself so unselfishly if he did not have a game plan for us? He knew with every fiber of his being what was in store for each of us, that victory in the last days would lead us to the ultimate blessings with him and that sacrifice in his eyes was small because he had faith in each one of us. Why would we doubt or not cultivate our faith in him with the same unselfishness that he had. We were put in these latter days because we were the strong ones and have the fortitude and are destined for greatness in his eyes. We have to have faith in ourselves with the same certainly he has in us. Satan will work in everyway for us to doubt out faith, which really means doubting our Eternal Brother and Father. Satan is associated with feelings of doubt, fear, despair or discouragement these are the opposite of faith, hope and charity, the opposite of Jesus Christ. Our faith requires action, and action is inhibited by fear and doubt. Doubt and fear diminish as one's faith increases.