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Hi I'm Jordan

I have lived my whole life in Utah, and will become an engineer when I am able, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Jordan. I've graduated from high school, and am planning to attend Utah State University. Truthfully I have done few things of any noticable importance, but maybe that's just my view of the term "important". I have been a Mormon my entire life and plan to remain so for all my days. I enjoy hiking, backpacking, biking, playing ultimate frisbee, snowmobiling, learning, and understanding. Education has been a large part of my life, and will continue to be, considering my career of choice is to become a mechanical engineer. I am currently attending a technology college to learn how to become a machineist, but despite the technologic nature of my intrests I love to spend time outdoors. I often consider photography to be one of my favorite hobbies, with nature being my favorite subject. Photographing people is difficult for me, and I would rather spend my time machining than being at a party, but although I do dislike being around large groups of people, I do like to listen. Listening is one of my favorite things to do when I am around people. So although I have not done anything "important" so to speak,

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into this faith. My parents both came from Mormon families, and I believe all of their parents came from Mormon families. Yet, although it has always been the way things were in my life, I have never felt like it was the "tradition" or the "thing to do" to be Mormon. I have built a testemony to myself that tells me that it is the right thing to do, the right thing to be. Often I am referred to as a skeptic, a disbliever in things I am told. My opinions come from me and my own experiences. And I have been blessed in so many ways, so many different times. My experiences have guided me so that I no longer have an opinion that this church is true. They have shown me beyond any doubt that it is, and I know for myself that it is. This church is the true and only church of God on this earth and I know this.

How I live my faith

I suppose the best way I can say that I live my faith is by simply telling the way I live. I go to church every week, I study my scriptures, I perform my callings to teach children and to aid the families I have been assigned. I help my own family to run well by doing my part to be a peacmaker, and I strive every day to build my testemony of the truthfulness of this chuch. It is a simple lot. One that has not required as much effort as I would've thought on my part to be happy. Yet I am happy. My life is far from idealic, I have had to face many things I would rather not have faced, but I know that through my faith I can overcome all my obsticles, and in so doing I will be happy.