Lizzy Jensen is the founder of the Christian nonprofit “The Small Seed”, which works to bring women of faith together. "The Small Seed", started in 2012, is on Instagram and has a website. Jensen told the Deseret News that while reading Clayton Christensen’s The Power of Everyday Missionaries that she felt impressed to create a website.
- “It was my small seed of faith that God is real,” Jensen said. “I’m really sick and tired of us being so uncomfortable of just talking about him. Let’s talk about him with everyone.”
- Three years later, Jensen’s Small Seed has reached readers in 162 countries. It has told the stories of more than 45 people, including those who share Jensen's faith as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and others who don’t.
Several other women help her run the website and the Instagram account. The stories shared explore the struggles of this life that require faith.
Jensen is from St. George, Utah. She holds a bachelor’s degree in family studies from Brigham Young University and a law degree from Fordham University School of Law in New York. She is a retired attorney and the mother of five children. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served a full-time mission to Croatia.
She and her family were featured on an episode of the popular TV show “Property Brothers.”