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Hi I'm Jordan Sedrick

I grew up in Southern California, moved around the United States, and settled in Utah where I went to high school. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a recent graduate of high school in the Utah Valley, called to serve in the Kobe Japan mission. I play guitar and piano and enjoy singing. I was Senior Class President of my school, took a dance class, sang in two of the school choirs, and plan on attending college when I return from my mission. I want to travel the world and experience life as fully as I can. I hope to help people in my future career, and in my travels. There's nothing I love more than hanging out with friends and meeting new people, and I can't wait to meet the people of Japan, and hopefully help them see how to find happiness.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because I know this Gospel is true. There have been countless experiences in my own life that have helped me find out for myself the truth. I honestly wish that everyone could just see how much this church has blessed me, and see how much it could bless them too. I know why I'm here, and I know that I'm a son of God. I'm proud to say that because of this lifestyle, this religion, I'm not afraid of Judgement Day, and anxiously await the day I can meet my Heavenly Father once again.

How I live my faith

I'm called to serve as a missionary in Kobe Japan. I often participated in youth activities and helped plan others. I was a hometeacher to several families in my ward. I'm now a missionary in Kobe Japan, serving The Lord by inviting others to Come Unto Christ and find the peace and joy that I feel every day. Life can be hard, but this is the way I bear that burden. I live the Gospel by choosing to follow in Christ's example instead of the world's, and I try everyday to be better.