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Hi I'm Jennifer P. Fulton

Mother if 4 children, married for 27 years. I love to quote movies and play card games with my family. I am a Mormon .

About Me

I work at a high school as an assistant administrator and love the students. I love to be involved at games and productions. Every summer when I have a little time off I love to do "projects". I have refinished my kitchen, tiled, built a pergola, sewn, painted, painted and painted some more. I also love to watch BBC movies, and series. But most of all I love being with my family. We love to go to Bear Lake...a family favorite. And I am always trying to eat better and exercise more...sometimes that doesn't work so well, so I have decided to just have an awesome personality!....okay I am working on it :)

Why I am a Mormon

I am grateful for the knowledge that I have a Savior that atoned for me. He is my advocate. He wants us all to make it back home. I believe the scriptures and I believe the Book of Mormon is another testament of Christ. It only makes sense that we have a loving Father in Heaven and that he would give us additional scriptures and a living prophet to help us in this journey called life. The gospel of Jesus Christ solves all life's ailments and trials. We will still have trials, because that is why we are here, to learn and be tested, but peace and joy can be found during those times also. I have seen the change for good living the gospel brings into my life, and have seen it change others too. I have been a Mormon my whole life, I lived on my parents borrowed testimony until I found out for myself that it is true. I took the challenge in Moroni 10:4. I knelt and asked God if it was true and received my answer with perfect clarity. As I look back upon my life I can see God in the details of my life. I see miracles all around me and often say "what a coincidence" . I have had loved ones die and it is with great joy to know they continue on living after this life. I know that those on the other side are about their family members still living and those on earth are here to help their family that have passed on....we are about serving each other. I love my husband and children and am grateful to be an eternal family I wouldn't want to live without them. When we die we will be together forever and return home to our Father in Heaven and Savior Jesus Christ. His atonement paid for our return ticket home.

How I live my faith

I love being a Mormon....I have been involved a lot with the young people. I have attended camps and activities and they make me want be better. I love these stalwart, righteous, youth, standing for something in a trying world. I love knowing my neighbors well, because we get involved with one another and help each other out. I used to live in California with a family and they didn't know their neighbors. Being a Mormon helps you be about each other.

Why is it important for us to take care of our bodies? Why are our bodies called temples of God in the Bible?

Jennifer P. Fulton
Our bodies house our spirit. We are Spirits having an earthly experience. When our body is sick it affects our spirit, they go hand in hand. It is important to nurture and strengthen both body and spirit. Show more Show less

Why are Mormons asked to donate 10% of their income to their Church?

Jennifer P. Fulton
Mormons are asked to donate 10% of their income to the Church to build up the Kingdom of God on the earth. I have received more blessings then the money that I have donated is worth. It also stretches your faith. Tithing is about Faith, not money. Sometimes I have paid my tithing and been strapped to make ends meet, but when I look back through the years I have always had what I need. Show more Show less