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Hi I'm Jared Pfeifer

I love sports and games, but I love people even more. Miracles do happen- I've seen them. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am Jared Pfeifer, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I was born in New London, Connecticut and grew up in Plainfield. I get along with everybody and have no enemies, only friends. Warning, when I meet you, you will become family. I just have been blessed so much and wish to do all I can to help others enjoy life and live the truth. I am blessed with a great group of friends who I love to have fun with. I have played Soccer since I was five and am a long distance runner. I am one of the most determined people you will meet and know that through Christ, you can do anything. I like to water-ski in the summer as well as love going to the beach to dig for hours in the sand. I can do magic tricks and even made up some of my own. I love to create things and read books. I love the snow and the cold that comes with it. Out of all these wonderful activities, my favorite thing to do is service. It brings me so much joy. I now am a Senior at BYU-I studying computer engineering. I have served a mission, spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I am lucky enough to serve in both the Tampa Florida Mission (reassignment) and Sao Pualo Brazil North Mission. I speak Portuguese, and love the people of Brasil (and their amazing cooking). Some new hobbies are dancing and snow skiing.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a part of the church since I was born. However, we are all truly converted at the age of eight when we are baptized. Throughout many of my early pre-teen and teen years, I just went through the motions and accepted what was told to me. Over the years I started to learn how the Gospel was blessing my life and gained a testimony of the Gospel and the Church. I now am so grateful for my parents that have brought me up in the Church. I have seen miracles occur around, bigger than I ever would have thought possible. I am a Mormon because this Church is true and knowing this brings joy to my life and the life of those around me.

How I live my faith

I am an active member in my ward. I have served multiple callings in the church with my young men's group. I completed four years of seminary with 100% attendance. I have studied the Scriptures over the years, but have just read them completely through for the first time during my first semester of college. I have just started it again many times over, hoping to be able to understand more and dig deeper to build my testimony. I read everyday when I wake up and am able to see how much the Lord is blessing my life. I learn more and more each and every day. I have come to realize that I will be nowhere near close to knowing it all, but instead seek for that which will bring joy to those around me and myself. I make the temple an active part of my life and am blessed to live super close to one here in Rexburg.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Jared Pfeifer
Do Mormons only help Mormons? No. Not at all. We know that everybody on this is is a child of God and do what we can to help whoever. I like to think to when Christ tells the apostles to "feed my sheep". Jesus Christ is a glorified being, a God. We have nothing in any significance that we can give him besides ourselves. To give ourselves, we serve our brethren- all people that were sent here on the earth. Active Service is what The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is all about. The Church is always there helping with disasters. This question means a lot to me because I love people. I love to serve people. I would love to just help others out with any big or little thing that I could just to see their joy. Jesus Christ, our Savior wants everybody to find joy. We do what ever we can to help, whether the person in need is a Mormon or not because we all are children of God. Show more Show less