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Hi I'm Jana

I'm a wife and a mother or four. I think Heavenly Father found me just when I needed him the most! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have a family that I take care of and I put my faith in that every day. recently joined the church in March 2013. I knew that this is the place for me. I'm getting ready to start school to be a pharm tech. I'm a little old to be going back to school but i feel that Heavily Father will be there will me. I like to read books and do crafts with the kids, I love being outdoors and doing anything family oriented.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was younger I went to church and read my bible. Over the years I faded and stopped going to church, fast forward 15-20 years I guess that I was looking for something. I went back to church and still didn't get it. The missionaries showed up at my door, Just like the Lord knew I needed him. We talked for a while and after a few times I went to the chapel and a few weeks after that I got baptized and became a member of the church and became a Mormon. My life has changed so much, i cant discribe it. It's like having a sense a peace with you at all times. I know it was the right thing to do it feels right, it smells, everything bout it it right I can't find anything about it that isn't right. I know the church is true, and i know that it's real and i know that it's right. Amen

How I live my faith

In my church i am the assistant secretary in our Relief Society group. I haven't started yet, I just got my calling last night :) I cant wait to help my fellow sisters. To be involved in the church and to keep busy is a blessing, If the Lord wants you to do something and He even calls on you to do that one or two special thing you should super special about yourself. I cannot wait to see what lays ahead of me in the many years. I looks forward to helping and serving with and for my brothers and sisters.