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Hi I'm Jenna

I grew up in British Columbia, Canada. I am currently studying to be a nurse. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently studying to be a nurse. I love learning about the human body and the more I learn about it the more I am in awe that it is God's amazing creation. I also love reading, especially fictional stories based on historical or true events. I love to spend time outdoors doing activities such as hiking, biking, swimming, and kayaking. My favorite memories with my family have been when we have spent time together outdoors. I am the second youngest of five children (4 girls and 1 boy.)

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon because I believe it to be the teachings of Christ restored. The gospel gives me hope for a better world. I believe that God loves all of His children and wants them to return to live with Him after this life. He has provided Jesus Christ as our Savior who took upon Him all of our grief, pain, sorrow and sins so that we can change and be saved through His atonement. I believe that God judges us for who we have become in the end. I was born into the gospel. However, I was truly converted as I struggled and had to really lean on the gospel and the atonement on my own. I believe that God hears our prayers, even if we do not receive answers right away. He is our Father and has a plan for each and every one of us. We can discover this plan through studying the scriptures and the words of modern-day prophets and praying. I am so grateful to be a Mormon as it brings me peace and joy.

How I live my faith

I am currently preparing to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I look forward to being a representative of Jesus Christ and His gospel. While attending university, I went to a young single adult ward where I had several opportunities to serve. I was assigned to organize women into teams to visit and teach other women. These teams would assist with whatever needs the women had. I also had the opportunity to assist with the history of our ward and the events that occurred. Keeping a careful history was very important to our ward so that our descendants would one day be able to look back on these records.