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Hi I'm Aleigh

I am from the beautiful state of Utah. I am a runner, a dancer, a future missionary, and a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Aleigh. I absolutely love living here in the beautiful valley of Utah. I am a huge BYU fan after finishing an incredible freshman year in Provo. Running is my life. It keeps me sane. I love to be outside. And above all, I am beyond excited about the spiritual experiences that lie ahead while I serve my Heavenly Father in Bahia Blanca, Argentina.

Why I am a Mormon

I was very lucky to have been born into a family that had the gospel for many, many generations. Sometimes I took the gospel for granted and never really saw all of the many blessings that my Father in Heaven gives me. I am truly grateful for the knowledge that my Heavenly Father lives, and that he loves each and every one of His children. Every good thing in my life has come from the blessings of my Father in Heaven. I know that I chose to come to this life to have a trial of my faith. And I am grateful for every opportunity I have to let that faith grow stronger. I know that my Heavenly Father watches over me and that he is with me through every good or bad thing that I encounter in my life. I have felt the spirit and love of Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ in my life. I want to be able to share that power and that happiness I feel when I do what my Heavenly Father has asked me to do. I truly love this gospel and I cannot wait to share it when I go on my mission.

How I live my faith

In my singles ward, I was lucky enough to have the calling as a Relief Society teacher. I try to help out as much as I can, which includes taking dinners to those who need help and doing any service that is needed in the ward. I try to be an example of Christ in my everyday life. I'm learning that life is full of people who don't have the same standards as you might, but living the gospel is worth it.