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Hi I'm Adrienne

I'm studying interior design at BYU-Idaho University, I'm married to my best friend, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Design and family are everything. Interior design is a passion of mine. I owe it to my parents though. My father is a civil engineer and worked for the air force for several years. My mother is an avid craft-maker and organizer. They now are serving a mission and I have never seen them happier. My father converted to the LDS faith in his mid-twenties and my mother has been a member her entire life. I have been married for almost two years now and the eternal ties between my husband and I have enriched our lives and helped us get through all of our trials.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up with the church. Both of my parents raised me in the LDS faith. I depended on their beliefs for the majority of my adolescence. Although after traveling across the country to attend college and live on my own for the first time, I began to discover my personal beliefs. I solidified my beliefs and testimony while attending religion classes on the BYU-I campus as well as the LDS Business College campus. I was challenged to seek out my testimony and I found it by studying The Book of Mormon and Bible, and praying fervently to God to know of the truth. I received my answer. Everyday I experience instances that increase my testimony. God knows me and loves me and has helped me through countless trials. He is my Savior and Redeemer. I am a Mormon because I know that LDS teachings are true. I have experienced it in my own life and seen how it can influence other's lives for good.

How I live my faith

Currently, I am attending BYU-Idaho University. This school enriches my life with prayer at the beginning of every meeting and class and being surrounded by those who share my religion. I currently have a calling that encourages the women in my ward to lift one another up via service, conversation, and any other way to lend a hand. This calling gives me the opportunity to increase the good works practiced among my peers. Also, we are blessed with a temple being steps away from campus. The temple is the House of the Lord and we are given the privilege to do God's work and service there.