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Hi I'm Hailey Jane

I am the youngest member of my family. I love the outdoors. I'm a licensed registered nurse and I am a Mormon.

About Me

Being the youngest of ten is, at times, more than crazy but immense fun. I grew up in a small community in which agriculture was a large part of daily chores. I remember countless summer mornings when we trekked off to the fields where rows of corn and weeds waited with bugs and sun rays peaking over trees to blister exposed skin. I guess that is where my love for the outdoors developed. I recently graduated nursing school and can say that was the hardest experience of my life. It is a physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually challenging program. However, I will forever be grateful for the sustaining arm of the Lord vividly evidenced throughout nursing school. I am currently serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I am thrilled for the privilege to serve in this capacity and invite others to come unto Christ that they may know and follow Him.

Why I am a Mormon

The reason I am a Mormon is my love for Jesus Christ and desire to follow Him. The invitation to follow Him is extended to all and Christ provided a way through the restoration of His gospel upon the earth beginning with the faith of the young boy Joseph Smith to ask God and receive an answer. As I exercise faith in Jesus Christ, repent, and strive to obey the commandments I strengthen my testimony that Christ loves all of His children, He lives that we too may live again as we follow Him. The way He has prepared is through His gospel, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I love my Savior Jesus Christ and want to follow Him therefore I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my faith or act upon my beliefs by taking treats and conversing with my elderly neighbors that are not members of my faith, reaching out to a high school classmate that doesn't have many friends and associations our age, teaching a Sunday school class of young single adults about doctrines of the gospel of Jesus Christ, preparing to serve a mission, or greeting a stranger in passing with a smile or friendly hello. I believe you could simply say I live my faith by trying to be like Jesus.