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Hi I'm Jessica Robertson

I grew up in Salt Lake City, UT. I love doing service and working with my hands. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am from Salt Lake City, UT. I love all things outdoors, especially running and horseback riding. I am currently a student pursuing my bachelors degree in psychology. I love making new friends and doing things that leave me with a good story to tell afterwards. One of my biggest hobbies is photography! I gain so much perspective being able to see the world through a lens. I am a goal maker, and I have big plans for the future!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I love this gospel. I can't possibly describe in words what it feels like to be a part of something more. I get to live everyday knowing that I have a Savior and a Father in Heaven that are aware of who I am and what I am going through, and want to do all they can to help me succeed. I love being a member of the LDS church. This gospel has a network that solely exists to help people, and I can't imagine a better network to invest my time and energies into helping. Being a Mormon is something I choose everyday because this faith is my lifeline that I call upon daily.

How I live my faith

I live my faith one day at a time. I love this gospel, but that does not make living the standards easy. Everyday I look for opportunities to serve God and more often than not, He places those opportunities in my path. I love being a part of my ward. Being a visiting teacher is something I have grown to love. I realized that VT is one of the best ways I can get to know the other sisters in my ward, and what an opportunity it is to make new friends.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Jessica Robertson
The best part about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saint is it's standard on family. Through the ordinances provided by the gospel families can be together forever. There is life after death that allows us to see and hold our loved ones again. The family unit is the greatest of Gods creations, and through the Savior we never have to let them go. Show more Show less