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Hi I'm Donni Lee

I come from a large family in a small town. I'm serving a mission in the Great Kentucky, Louisville Mission. I'm a Mormon!!

About Me

I am the third oldest of eight siblings. I love my family dearly, they mean the world to me and so much more. In my family I'm known as the jelly that keeps us together. I play the piano to relieve stress and have come to enjoy serving the Lord more than I could imagine. I am serving a mission in the GKLM and couldn't be happier!

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up I was raised on my parents faith. I went to church because they said so, no questions asked. As I got older I got more and more questions if this is the true church or if it wasn't. As I thought about these questions and went off to college, that is when the Lord taught me many things. Long story short, I received my answer as to why this church is so important and what makes it special to me. I've thought about my life as I've seen others lives without the gospel, it hurts me on the inside and I can't tell you how blessed I am to have grown up in this gospel. Just because I grew up in it doesn't mean I don't have my own personal conversion story, we all have a conversion story in our lives. I love being a Mormon and couldn't ask for anything else. As long as I strive to follow my Saviors footsteps, He will help me.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by keeping it and sticking to it. Like I said, I've chosen to show my love and trust for the Lord to serve as one of His servants. I was called to serve in Louisville, Kentucky Mission! Being here has helped me learn so much more and helped me realize the importance of what you live by and how you live it. When I was younger I got the nick name of goody-good person. In some parts of my life I enjoyed it because I could see that I was helping others out and they could see what I lived by. Other times it hurt, because I wanted to be like them, but I also wanted to live according to what I knew to be true. In the end, I would live by my faith and try my hardest to apply what I know to myself. I may have hurt some people, or they could have hurt me, but what's the most important thing is that I could feel my Savior's love as I stood up to my beliefs. He blessed me in so many ways that I didn't realize I had till I came to Kentucky.