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Hi I'm Jordan

I love mac and cheese. Reading is my passion. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I have been called to serve a mission in Rancagua, Chile. I am terrified, I don't speak a lick of Spanish... yet. My dad works for the military and so I have lived in five different states: Utah, Oregon, Colorado, California, and Ohio. Right now, I am attending Dixie State University in sunny St George Utah. I am majoring in Elementary Education and I want to teach kindergarten. don't like writing about myself. I would rather read other people's stories.

Why I am a Mormon

I am technically a Mormon, but prefer to be called a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I know that this is Christ's fully restored church. That is why I am a member of this church, I love my savior Jesus Christ. I owe everything to him and will spend my entire life trying to draw others to him. Being a member of this church makes me happy, and I know it is because Christ leads this church through a living prophet, Thomas S. Monson. I know that Christ restored his church and brought the Book of Mormon forth through his prophet Joseph Smith. I love my Savior. He is the cornerstone of my testimony. I KNOW that he suffered for my sins and sorrows. I love him for that, and I KNOW that he lives. I love my brother, and know that He loves me and you. He wants to help us return to our Father in Heaven.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is a daily thing. I strive to emulate Jesus Christ's actions in all that I do. In my ward, I get to pick the hymns we sing each week and lead the music it is my favorite thing in the world. I am not musically talented, but love the sweet spirit I feel through singing hymns as a congregation. I am also the secretary of the women's organization. I love being able to teach and get to know all of the lovely ladies in my congregation.