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Hi I'm Jessica

I sing and dance. I love to laugh. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to talk and laugh almost more than I love food! Making friends is one of my favorite pass times, and meeting new people intrigues me! I sing and dance; performing is like my zen. I'm child number two of seven and I love my family more than anything in the world I'm outgoing and loud, but after attending one year at Brigham Young University-Idaho I have learned that I also can be reserved and quiet.! It took me 19 years, but I finally realized who I truly am; I am a daughter of a King.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the LDS church, taught by the world's greatest parents. My testimony has grown slowly but surely! Looking back on the experiences I've had in my life, I recognize the hand of the Lord in everything I've done. I've come to know that no matter what happens, it is never too late to start growing in the gospel. I'm ecstatic about the church and I can't wait to share the things I know with the people of Russia! That's right, folks; I'm serving an 18 month mission in Rostav-na-Donu, Russia! I'm a Mormon because the happiness I feel when I'm living the standards of the gospel is beyond any other happiness; it's almost impossible to describe! I feel the love my Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ have for me every single day. The Spirit of God is real and the feeling you can receive when you're truly in tune with it makes life worth living. I know that God has a plan for me, loves me, and knows me by name; and that's why I'm a Mormon!

How I live my faith

In the past, I have served in my ward planning activities for the youth, participating in music programs, and sometimes accompanying meeting hymns on the piano. I'd had a few opportunities to teach classes to the youth, and I LOVED it! Being involved in the LDS church isn't hard, and it is always rewarding!