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Hi I'm Jennifer

I enjoy collecting inspirational quotes, I know my purpose in life, I am the happiest when I am with my family, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have played the violin since I was seven years old. I love music and feel so at peace while I'm playing--I especially love playing religious songs (hymns). I can feel the spirit so strongly through music! It always calms me and instills in me a desire to change and become better. I enjoy baking, reading, and spending time with family. I also enjoy collecting inspirational quotes because they capture my thoughts beautifully. One of my favorite quote is: "No Christ, no peace. Know Christ, know peace."

Why I am a Mormon

I love being a Mormon! It brings me a deep sense of purpose, joy, and peace. I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only true church on the earth; I've felt it confirmed to me many times and I cannot deny it (Helaman 8:24). I know that the Book of Mormon is true and was translated by Joseph Smith. I feel the spirit so strongly when I read it and know it contains all the answers we need to return back to our Heavenly Father. I know that Jesus Christ is the Savior and Redeemer of the world. I know that we have a living prophet today and that he receives revelation directly from our Father in Heaven. In the words of Ann M. Dibb, "I'm a Mormon; I know it, I live it, I love it."

How I live my faith

I enjoy doing service! I feel so great after I've helped someone; my 'problems' don't seem as big and I am filled with happiness and content. We are Christ's hands on earth; our Savior meets others needs through us--what a great blessing it is to be an instrument in His hands! "The sweetest experience I know in life is to feel a prompting and act upon it and later find out that it was the fulfillment of someone’s prayer or someone’s need." (Thomas S. Monson)