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Hi I'm Aubri

I'm a new high school graduate, headed out to college in the fall. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi! I'm a class of 2013 high school graduate, starting college this fall. My major is undecided, but I want to help people. I love reading, history, cruising along on my bicycle and talking! In high school I was involved with BEST Robotics, Youth and Government and class council.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the Mormon church. When I was little I attended church because my parents did, on Sunday we went to church. As I got older I started going to church for myself. I read the Book of Mormon, I prayed about it, I acted on its teachings, and I felt good doing that. I could feel the Holy Ghost testify of the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon and other aspects of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (the Mormon church). When I have a problem I can turn to my religion. When I'm upset, confused, angry, sad, lost, or struggling I always find peace and comfort in the scriptures, through prayer, by singing church songs. Mormonism brings me peace and safety. I know that I am a loved Child of God and I want to live with Him someday, that is why I continue to attend church, that is why I am still a Mormon.

How I live my faith

As a Mormon each Sunday I attend church for 3 hours, with other young adults ages 18 to 30. That seems like a long time to spend at church, but it passes quickly because I'm learning about Jesus Christ and Heavenly Father. At church I may be asked to give talks, answer questions in Sunday School, or play the piano to accompany the hymns we sing. I also live my faith by trying everyday to be like Jesus Christ. I read my scriptures, the Bible and the Book of Mormon. I pray multiple times a day. I listen to good and uplifting music. I try to observe others and serve them. I apologize when I've made a mistake and try to do better.