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Hi I'm Aubrey

I'm a Mormon. I'm beyond excited to serve a mission, I'm the first one in my whole family including extended family to go serve.

About Me

I'm the oldest sibling in my family. I've played many sports such as: volleyball, basketball, softball and soccer. I work at a sports store, and will be going to college after I get home from my mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I always grew up a Mormon, I always believed that was the true church, I believed the scriptures were the true words of prophets and I believed everything I was taught. But it wasn't until my junior year in high school when I really knew this church is true, I finally knew that the scriptures could help us all as long as we were faithful enough to open them, I knew that our Heavenly Father is always there to listen to us when we pray and to help us find the right answers to questions and to help show us the right path to go on. I know this is the true gospel, I believe it with all my heart. I honestly don't know where I would be without this gospel and without having my own conversion into this church. The gospel has changed my life for the better and I'm so grateful I have the opportunity to share my love for it with everyone and anyone I meet or to anyone who has questions or concerns about it. I know it. I live it. I love it.

How I live my faith

How I live my faith is by attending seminary every year from freshman year to senior year of high school. During my senior year, I was my seminary class president as well as young women's Laurel president (highest age group class in young women's). I also attend church weekly, read my scriptures daily, pray night and day and any time I feel the need to pray. I also live my life knowing my standards and living as if I were preparing to go to the temple and worthy enough to have a recommend.