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Hi I'm Justin Jaggi

I am from Wyoming, I love sports, I love having fun, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Utah. Spent 10 years of my childhood there enjoying the outdoors and sports. Then my family moved to Wyoming where I have spent the rest of my life. I have enjoyed it so much. I am currently a sophomore at BYU Provo. I have always grown up in the church. I was blessed to serve the Lord in the Ghana Cape Coast Mission from 2010-2012. It was an experience like no other. I have been blessed throughout my life with wonderful family and friends surrounding me and supporting me. I love sports and the outdoors still, and love listening to music, especially oldies :) Life has been good to me so far, but I know there is an adventure still to be lived.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into this Church, and have been going my whole life. True, when I was little, I was probably more forced to go to church than having it as a choice, but as I grew older, it became a personal choice I had to make everyday. I don't know specifically the day when I knew it was all true, but i am continually blessed by it each and every day. The knowledge that it gives along with the peace and happiness can not be found anywhere else except in the Church of Jesus Christ. I am not perfect, and no one is, but the church and gospel are perfect and provide a way for people like you and me to grow and progress in this life and become as close to perfect as we can. I know this church is true, and I cannot live in this life without it. It is the biggest blessing I could ever hope for. I know I can be with my family forever! Not only in this life, but in the life to come as well.

How I live my faith

I have been active in the church and various callings growing up. Been passing, preparing, and blessing the sacrament as I have grown up in the church. I have been hometeaching since I was 14. Even in college I am a FHE Co-chair. This means I organize Family Home Evening for a group of people in my ward. It has its challenges but also its blessings as well. We gather together each Monday evening and have a spiritual thought and an activity and just enjoy each other's company. That is the whole point of these callings, they help us grow closer together and build relationships and unity. I served for 2 years in the Ghana Cape Coast Mission in Africa. It was one of the biggest blessings of my life.