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Hi I'm Jessica

I grew up in Idaho. I am a mom. I am Mormon.

About Me

I am a young mom who married her sweetheart! I love spending time with my family! We enjoy taking our puppy on walks and playing at the park. I used to work as a C.N.A. but quite that when I became a mom so that I could spend more time with my children! I enjoy running, baking, organizing and being with my family!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that it is Jesus Christ church restored on the Earth today! I was previously a member of a church called the Reformed church(Christian Mega Church). I had a hard time understanding the trinity, and a few other doctrines. Also I always felt like there was something lacking! After learning about the "mormon" church and talking to the missionary's I knew what my church was lacking was authority and power of my Heavenly Father. After the Holy Ghost testified to me of the truethfulness I knew I had to be a member!

How I live my faith

I teach 12&13 yearolds in Sunday school and I love seeing how much they know and answering their questions. I love when the opportunity arrives to serve a family in need of a meal whether it be due to sickness, birth of a baby, or any other circumstance that arises.

Why don’t women hold the priesthood in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? How do Mormon women lead in the Church?

Jessica
The world we live in today wants everything created equal for the sexes... However our Father in Heaven already did that by creating male and female. He does not favor his sons over his daughters or visa versa. He entrusted his sons with the sacred power of His priesthood, and He entrusted his daughters with the sacred power to bear children. In our church women lead a lot! I mean a ton! We have 4 organizations ran by the women. 1. Relief Society- ages 18 and up (for only the women) 2. Young Womens- ages 12-18 (for young girls) 3. Primary- ages 4-11 (Ran by sister in the ward for all the children) 4. Nursery- ages 18 months-3 years old ( for all the little ones) Show more Show less