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Hi I'm Aubrianne Ogden

I grew up in a small town in Idaho. Former missionary in The Georgia Macon Mission. Happy wife and mom. I am Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small town in Idaho and I also went to a small school so I did almost everything in high school. In my family there are 5 children and I am second oldest. I studied one year of political science with the emphasis of law at Boise State University and finished my degree at BYU-Idaho in Marriage and Family Studies with the emphasis of Advocacy and Policy. It is my goal to go to law school one day and become a family lawyer and work with mainly domestic abuse victims. I am former a Representative of The Lord in the Georgia Macon Mission. I married my best friend and we are blessed to have a sweet little princess. I am currently a stay home mom to my princess.

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon because I have found joy in the church. I don't know where I would be with my life if I wasn't a member of the church. If I wasn't Mormon I would most likely be lost and confused. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints helps me be less confused. For example I am so blessed to know about the plan of salvation because like everyone else I have lost some of my love ones and with the knowledge of the plan of salvation I know I can be with them again. I am just so blessed to also know that I have a Heavenly Father who loves me and knows me. Another reason I am Mormon is I am not perfect and with the Atonement I am to try to become perfect like Christ. I know the Atonement is one of the greatest gifts from our Savior. He died for everyone's sins and has given us the opportunity to be forgiven for our sins. He has also died for our trails and tribulations.

How I live my faith

I try to be a great example of Christ to my nonmember friends and family members, but now that I have been able to be a missionary I have truly learned what it means to live my faith. I have learned that we all have the opportunity to choose what we want to live, but as we live the gospel we find true joy in this life. So now I live the gospel by not just doing the same things because that is what I have been told to, but I have been living it to find joy in this life and the hereafter. I am also currently teaching my daughter as she is young about the gospel by my example and my helping her learn at a young age the importance of faith.