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Hi I'm Jordan

I'm a son. I'm a brother. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born of goodly parents and am the second of four children. I have an older and younger brother, and a younger sister. We enjoy doing many things together, especially playing board games or watching a commonly liked television series. I grew up in California as a typical high school student. I was involved in high school, participating in cross country and track and being involved with other activities. I love playing any sport in my free time, especially basketball, volleyball and ultimate frisbee. I am now attending college and I love. I have enjoyed learning throughout my life and am so blessed to live in a time with great access to education. I am planning on graduating with a major in business, emphasizing in finance. Beyond there, I will find out when it happens!

Why I am a Mormon

I come from a long line of Mormons, in some instances going back to the time of Joseph Smith. This being the case, my parents taught me and each of my siblings about the church and its principles as we grew up. We read from the Bible and the Book of Mormon on a regular basis, and were always free to discuss concerns of questions that we had. Even though I was blessed enough to grow up in this atmosphere, I still had to make my own decision on whether to stay an active member in the church, or just kind of fade away after high school, in which case I would leave my home. The decision turned out to not be too difficult to decide for myself to serve a mission for the church. This mission turned out to be the best two years of my life up to now. During this time I was dedicated to serving the Lord, serving other people, learning and feasting upon the words of Christ, and also seeing the blessings that the restored gospel of Jesus Christ brings to those who embrace it. All of these things combined further strengthened my testimony that this church can not be false. No lie could be so huge to start such a glorious church. To me, everything just makes so much sense, and I mean it. I sense the confusion by those who are not members of the LDS church and am just so grateful that to me the whole universe makes sense.

How I live my faith

The most basic things that I do to live my faith are 1) pray to Heavenly Father morning and night, 2) read the scriptures daily, and 3) attend church services weekly. These things help me maintain my testimony and firmness in the gospel through the rigors of daily life. My spiritual battery needs recharging often in this time of my life. Aside from these personal things, I also try to serve others as much as I can. The church has many opportunities for us to serve, and I try to give my time when I can. I also am able to visit with other members of the congregation monthly in order to maintain a friendship and offer my specific willingness to serve them if they may need it. On other occasions I have been able to teach children simple gospel lessons that they could understand and also be in a presidency to oversee how lessons were being taught during a specific church hour.