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Hi I'm Jenny

I'm a personal trainer for your mouth (RDH), a wife, mom and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love to talk to people. I am thankful for all my friends and family. I like to play volleyball and boardgames. I'm in love with my profession. Teaching people value for their mouth and the rest of their body, including their minds and spirits is a very gratifying way to serve my fellow brother and sister. I totally adore my calling with the Young Women at church. It is my Heaven Father's way of filling the gaps in my own youth experience in the Gospel. I like to take apart things that are broken and try to fix them, mostly because I'm cheap and secondly, because I absoluelty love it when i can actually fix it! I'll try most things at least once, with a disclaimer of even if it's a partial try. I learn things the hard way. I am thankful the Gospel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is in full force in my life now.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because the teachings of the gospel give me comfort knowing, without doubts, many answers to questions that some of my friends and family don't know. To me, knowledge is power and our Hevenly Father is not trying to be a mysterious intity. He is our Father and he has given us all that we need to know him and know that he loves us. When you know those truths, life is so much more bearable, no matter what our circumstances are. He draws near to us as we draw near to Him. I am Mormon because i believe in a living Prophet. I believe in the Prophets in the Bible and I believe that God is the same God then as he is now. He stays connected to his children through His Prophet. President Thomas S. Monson is a man that our Heavenly Father reveals continung Truths that are important for the salvation of his children. I am Mormon because I have been inactive in the past in my faith. I made choices that have consequenses that have made me into the individual I am today. I have a tesimony of the power of enduring through and resisting temptation. I know know the blessing of enduring when i see my friends that remained faithful to the teachings of the Gospel. I am Mormon, and through the commandment In the Bible of teaching your children of God and Jesus, my kids are Mormon too!

How I live my faith

I live my Faith by fullfilling my calling that brings me closer to the Young Women in my ward. I attend my regular meetings to strenghten my spirit on a weekly basis. I associate with my friends of the church out side of church to establish friendships that are strong with core beliefs. I rely heavily on the non-member friends and family to exchange acts of love and kindness, they as well as my church family always lift my spirit in times of need.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

The Apostle Paul taught that “neither is the man without the woman, neither the woman without the man, in the Lord” (1 Corinthians 11:11). In the sight of God, and in the marriage relationship, men and women are equally important. By divine design, fathers are to watch over and teach their families in love and righteousness. They are to provide the necessities of life and protection for their families. Mothers are primarily responsible for the nurture of their children. In these sacred responsibilities, fathers and mothers should help one another as equal partners. (Taken from “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” which was written by twelve modern Apostles through inspiration from the Lord.) Both parents should be involved in the care and discipline of children. It is important to agree on family goals and be willing to work toward them with their children. If parents are not in harmony and do not have mutual respect, the children may become confused and lose confidence in their parents. Both parents should be unified and intimately involved in the upbringing of their children. Show more Show less