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Hi I'm Jenna

I am a newly wed and a soon-to-be college graduate! I love to play outside, teach children, travel, and be with family.

About Me

I am a newly wed and a soon-to-be college graduate (majoring in child development with a minor in recreation management)! I love to play outside, teach children, travel, do service, and be with family.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have always loved the fact that I know we can live with our families forever. I know that by doing what is right and keeping the covenants that I have made I can live forever with the ones I love. I know that through being sealed in the temple to my husband we can be together forever with our family because of the promises we made. I have always loved the temple and known that it is a special place, the children's hymn "I Love To See The Temple" has always been my favorite and I remember singing it over and over as a child.

How I live my faith

Last October I was married to my husband in the Logan Utah temple, we were sealed for time and all eternity! We love living a few blocks from the Rexburg Idaho temple and like to go back to the temple each week. I was just called as the Primary President in my ward to be over all the youth 11 years old and younger, we live in a married student ward and we only have 3 children in the nursery and none in the actual primary, but I love it, they make me happy and remind me how pure we are when we are sent to earth! I love to visit other women in our ward every month and get to know them better and see how I can serve them. I also am on the compassionate service committee where we look out for the members of our ward and reach out to them if they need help!

What do Mormons believe about family?

As a Mormon, I believe that a family is ordained of God. We believe that marriage is between a man and a woman and that we should raise children in the gospel. Fathers and mothers work equally in raising their children. Families are forever, not just in this life but after death also. Through marriage in the temple, it seals or binds a couple together as well as their children, forever. Show more Show less