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Hi I'm Jennifer Haddock

I am going to school to become a PE teacher, Health teacher and Coach, I love sports and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 19 years old and I was born in Indianapolis and raised in the country in Indiana. Alongside my dad I worked on our small farm of sheep and goats, dogs and cats and pigs. I was in 4-H for ten years, showing pigs and sheep all four years and other projects here and there throughout my ten years. My ninth year in 4-H I won my county's queen contest and became Miss Warren County 2009 and then was privileged to compete in the Indiana State Fair later that year. I played sports all the way through high school, playing volleyball in the fall, swimming in the winter, and track in the spring. I am now attending college, majoring in Physical Education and Health Safety. I want to become a PE and Health teacher, and I really would like to coach too. But the biggest thing I want to do later in my life is to have children of my own and to be a stay at home mom raising my children.

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon because I have come to know through personal experiences that I have a Father in Heaven who loves me unconditionally, no matter how imperfect I am He continues to love me. I have felt His peace and joy and love in my own life, and I have felt His hand in my life. I love the gospel and the person I have grown to be with it. I am thankful for all of the members that have been placed in my life to help me continue on through the struggles I have been given. I love God and everything blessing He gives me.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being the second counselor in the Relief Society in my Ward. My responsibilities are to care for the women I preside over and to lead them in a way that will take them back to their Father in Heaven. I talk to the sisters in my Ward and help them through their struggles and provide comfort to them. I live my faith by making choices that my Father in Heaven would be proud of.