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Hi I'm Rebecca Lusk

I am a normal young adult. I work at an Orthopedic office. I grew up in a tiny town in Kentucky and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a young newly married women. I am learning the ins and outs of being a wife, which I haven't figured out yet. :-) I love being outside and enjoying our Heavenly Fathers creations. I love doing tons of things like snowboarding, hiking, and water skiing. I especially love being with my family. I am the baby of a very large family and my husband is the oldest of his family. I enjoy being part of their lives. I try to live my life so that those who come in contact with me know that there is something different about me and my family. If you want to know what it is that makes me different learn more about the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a very large family. I am the baby of 8 children. My parents are converts to the LDS. My youth was filled with challenges and many things that tried what I had been taught. I had many chances to decide what I believe and what I have faith in. I was brought to a point in my life where I realized that I didn't want to shut my Heavenly Father out. I wanted Him, my Savior and the Holy Ghost to be in my daily life. I was taught truth my whole childhood and decided to gain a testimony of my own. I knew I wanted to have a family and for them to be part of my life not just here but for all time and eternity.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith ALWAYS. To let people know what my standards and morals are. I am willing to talk about my beliefs and our church whenever opportunities arise. I have been blessed with many talents from my Heavenly Father and try to share them with those around me. I try to volunteer in my community and in our church. One of our favorite service activities is helping in local food banks.