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Hi I'm Suzy Jordan

I am a personal trainer. I am a triathlete. I am determined. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have lived what many would consider a typical, normal life. But to me, it is always an adventure. Whether it is working on my health, education, hobbies, or relationships with those around me, there is always something exciting going on. I am a college student with odd hobbies and talents. I am a quilter and seamstress. I am a very determined person. I have gone from an overweight couch potato eating potato chips and milkshakes to a four-time triathlete. Health and exercise are extremely important to me. I value friends and family more than almost anything in the world. I love hanging out with mu nieces. I love my life!

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up as a member of the Church, I always just took the Gospel for granted. I accepted it because that is what my parents taught me was right. When I went to college, my faith was tested time and time again. And there is one thing that I discovered; in a world of uncertainty, change and confusion, I needed something constant that would always be there, would never change and never leave. Coming to that realization, I have come to trust in God and His timing and way. Even though things sometimes seems to fall apart and things don't always go the way that I want them to, I know that the Lord has my best interests at heart and is doing what is best for me. The Lord is my rock. He is the one thing in my life that never changes, that I can always depend on. His love for me never changes. The truths of the Gospel never change. The blessings that are available to me and to you never change. I can always turn to the Gospel and the Lord and know that I will receive answers, help and comfort. He answers our prayers. He loves us. Christ suffered the Atonement so that we could repent and live with Him again. These things are more than what I believe, they are what I know.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to live my life as Jesus would. I live my faith by serving others. I teach the youth during the summers, and I use music to help the women in my ward feel the love of God. I teach lessons for church classes. I give time for humanitarian work and I help my neighbors. I strive to become more like my Savior Jesus Christ more each and every day.