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Hi I'm Aubrey

I grew up in Idaho. I love to fly. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I really love farms and fishing. It's hard to live in Idaho and not enjoy passing farms everyday and going fishing on the weekends. I enjoy reading, painting, crocheting, running, fishing, and canoeing. I play the flute and piccolo, and was Drum Major in high school. I also love to fly, and have flown and Ercoupe before. I'm going to be serving a mission in England, and when I return I'll be going to college for aircraft maintenance and eventually aspire to get my pilot's license.

Why I am a Mormon

I know God and Christ live and I cannot deny that. I cannot deny the unalterable fact that both God and Christ exist. That knowledge alone causes me to continue to be a member of His church, because I know deep in my heart what is right and what is wrong, and I cannot turn away from the right and be happy. I have gone down the wrong path before, and I have turned myself around and followed Christ's path. There is no denying the difference that I have felt in my life once I turned back to Christ. While living His gospel, there is peace, and there is joy. Nothing can bring to the soul that kind of peace except the true gospel of Christ. The standards of the church never change. No matter how much the world changes, no matter what things it decides to accept, God's standards are ALWAYS the same. He is eternal, and He is unchanging. His ways always bring the most joy and peace. Not temporary happiness, but everlasting joy. Proof to me that this gospel is something I should be living. I have felt the subtle peace telling me everything is okay, and the subtle peace after praying to know things are true. The church is true. It is what is right, in every way. That is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

At the current moment, I lead the music when we sing in church, and I teach a class of 7-year olds in my ward every Sunday. I greatly enjoy the latter, because as I'm teaching the children basic principles of the gospel, I learn more about them myself and it helps me grow spiritually and reminds me of the things I sometimes tend to forget. Learning about the simple things, in simple words, is helping me prepare for my mission.