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Hi I'm Jenner

I lived in Tennessee and California, I go to school at BYU, served a mission in Utah and India, and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

When I was almost fourteen, my family left Memphis, Tennesee, and moved to the Central Valley of California. In high school I got involved in sports such as water polo, swimming, and track. I played trombone in the marching, jazz, and concert bands. I became President of the school's chapter of Future Business Leaders of America. Most importantly, it was in my small city that I gained a testimony of Jesus Christ and His restored gospel. I attended Brigham Young University for a year, and hope to earn a degree in Accounting. I am now serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the India Bengaluru (Bangalore) mission.

Why I am a Mormon

Being a Mormon has brought me more fulfillment and happiness than any other pursuit or endeavor in my life. Because of the gospel, I know who I am, where I came from, where I'm going, and how to get there. No knowledge is more important to me than knowing that through God's plan for me, I can live in heaven with my family for forever in happiness.

How I live my faith

I do my best each day to testify of God's love for His children. I show my love for others by serving them, praying for individuals that struggle, and being kind to everyone I meet. I do everything I can do make sure others know they they are loved and valued by myself and the Lord.

Who was Joseph Smith?

Jenner
Joseph Smith is, simply put, someone who had a great desire to know God and did everything he could to follow Him and do His will. Through heavenly messengers and many other miracles, Joseph Smith restored to the earth Christ's church and the authority to act in His name. Joseph Smith had every opportunity to give up or deny the things he saw but he never did. His faith and works, which he sealed with his own blood, testify of the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon and a loving Heavenly Father's plan for each of us to be happy for eternity. Show more Show less