Jenny Ann: Mormon.

Hi I'm Jenny Ann

About Me

I am a wife and mother of five and have recently returned back to school at Utah State University. I love to write and published a poetry book a couple of years ago. My family is the center of my life and there's nothing i wouldn't do for them. We do a lot of things together, like going out to eat, taking road trips and we love watching football together.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that I could never survive the struggles of this world if I were to face it alone. The relationship I have with my Savior Jesus Christ is a very personal one. He is my best friend in this life, my greatest comfort when things get really heavy and I couldn't imagine not having his constant strength and love in my life. Although God knows I'm not perfect, when I follow in the footsteps of my Savior then I am filled with so much more peace and happiness in my life. During those times in my life when I've ventured out on my own, that's when I felt the most empty and the most alone. I guess you can say knowing the difference was what led to me to follow in the footsteps of my Savior even more. I want my family to also have Gods constant love and strength in their lives too. So I strive to teach my children about Jesus Christ, in the hopes that they will get to know him as I have. To share the Saviors love with others is one of the greatest treasures in my life.

Personal Stories

What is hope and what do you hope for?

Hope means everything to me. Without Hope, nothing is possible. And when nothing is possible, that is a very depressing conclusion for me. The Hope my Savior gives me sustains me more than words could ever describe. To live without Hope would be like living in a world that is dark, without color or life.

How I live my faith

I pray my way through the really hard times in my life. I try not to forget to ask for help when I need to. I try to be a good example to others, so that in the next life I can look into my Saviors eyes and tell him that his sacrifice for me was not in vain.