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Hi I'm Jacy

I'm a Salt Lake girl, born and raised. I love singing and being with my family. I am a Mormon

About Me

I am a singer, I love to perform and sing 24/7. I love playing with my two puppies (dogs are the best, just sayin'), and being with the ones I love. I love to read and to write anything that I can. I love camping and boating with family and friends; being outside and all of that good stuff. I have just finished my second year of college and am still deciding on what to do with my life, and I am serving as a full time missionary in San Jose, California.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in this church, and I didn't always stay on the path. In High School I was not as active, but once I went to College I gained a very strong testimony of this church for myself. I am a Mormon because it is what I believe and I love it with all my heart; it just makes sense to me. I am so blessed each and every day because of this Gospel and I know it to be true. I know that Christ suffered for us, for all the mistakes we make and so that he could know how to help us through the tough times we have. I have read and know the Book of Mormon to be true, I know that Joseph Smith restored the Gospel back to the earth and was a true prophet of God and I know that we have a living Prophet on the earth who was called from God to guide and lead us today. It has taken me a while and lots of studying and praying to know of this truth, but because I gained this testimony on my own and it is my own, it means the world to me. I love this Gospel with everything in me and believe it with all my heart and soul. I invite you to find out for yourself. Why not, right? :)

How I live my faith

I am serving a mission in California at the moment, which is the best! I have served as a Beehive Counselor (12-13 girls), a Mia Maid President (14-15 girls), a Laurel President( 16-18 girls), a Visiting Teacher, where I went and visited with the sisters, and a Relief Society teacher, where I taught lessons to the girls over 18 in my ward.