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Hi I'm Jenn Hollingshead

I was born in Tokyo but I grew up in California. I'm graduating from BYU-Provo, worked for Disney, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up with friends from many different beliefs and backgrounds, but we always loved to share our beliefs for the sake of learning from others. Once I started attending college at BYU I realized that I was going to have the same experience because most everyone that attends BYU upholds the same personal standards, ethics, and beliefs. So I would spend time working during the summer in California, working for Disney in Florida, and eventually left for a year to work for Tokyo Disney before deciding to serve a mission in Cusco, Peru. I love meeting new people, and hearing their stories. I love traveling, experimenting with photography, dancing, and reading good books.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm Mormon because I was born into a family that is Mormon, but I've stayed Mormon because I've learned from experiences and traveling and just living that it's true. I believe that the Mormon doctrine and gospel is the most truth that can be found on the earth, and that our Heavenly Father loves us so, so much. So he sent us a variety of resources we can use to test it, and find out for ourselves just how true it all is. I know that Heavenly Father wants all of us to be able to feel just how much love he has for us, and everything he has given us stems from that.

How I live my faith

I have never doubted my faith in Jesus Christ. While many other things may change around us and can become questionable, I know that Jesus is the Savior of the world and that his life holds all purpose for every human being that has ever existed and will ever exist. I live my faith by praying daily, trying to always be aware of when the Holy Ghost is prompting and talking to me, and living my life that I can stay worthy of its presence.