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Hi I'm Aubrey

I am a wife, a mother and a daugher of God. I love my family and the gospel and I am grateful for my Savior.

About Me

I am a mom! I have two beautiful little boys who are my world. I am a Nail Tech. I love the creativity doing nails gives me, and giving the opportunity to help someone feel better about themselves. I love to scrapbook, though I don't spend nearly as much time as I could on it. I love to read, and enjoy getting swept away into the fictional world. But above all I love my current job, being a mom. Becoming a mother has been the hardest, best thing I have ever done. I have been a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints my entire life. I was lucky to be born into a family where the gospel was an important part of our lives. I am not perfect and have made mistakes during my mortal life, but I know through the Atonement that I can be made clean. I love missionary work. I always planned on serving a mission, but I met my sweet husband first and a temple marriage is what was right for me. I look forward to the day when I can serve with my dear companion and share the gospel to people around the world.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I can't imagine not being one. I was born and raised in the church. It is the foundation upon which my entire life has been built. I was taught the gospel as a child and as a teenager I sought the truth for myself, and I found it. I was "converted" on the rocky plains of Wyoming, on a youth trip. The Spirit bore witness to me that there was nothing more important in the world, than the gospel of Jesus Christ. I have found strength in the knowledge of gospel principles. I have learned and grown in the gospel and will continue to learn and grow. But as I have moved into a new calling in my life of motherhood, there is one gospel principle that defines why I am a Mormon more than anything else. The knowledge of Eternal Life is the most sacred to me right now. I know, that no matter what happens to us in this Earthly existence that I have the opportunity to have my husband and my babies with me forever. I never have to lose them. I am grateful for that knowledge, especially since we live in a world full of such turmoil and sorrow.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving in my neighborhood ward. I get to serve with the women in the church. It is such a great blessing to me to get to know my fellow sisters better and to get to serve alongside them. The sisterhood in the church is one of the most inspiring things you will see. It is so humbling to watch women stepping up to serve other women in need, whether it is bringing a meal when someone is sick, helping clean during a move, or just being an ear when you need to talk. There are always sisters who are willing to step forward and put aside their own needs to meet the needs of those in need. It is a beautiful thing.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Mormons help anybody in need, no matter their race or religion. We are here to serve our fellow men. Show more Show less

Are Mormons Christians?

Yes, very much so. We believe that Jesus Christ was and is our Savior and Redeemer and the head of our church. We believe that he suffered and died for us and that he was resurrected thus making it possible for us to be able to return to our Heavenly Father. Show more Show less

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

Yes. We believe that if we are sealed in the temple by the power of the priesthood that we have the opportunity to live together forever, even after this mortal life has ended. Death is not the end of our families. Show more Show less