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Hi I'm Aubrianna Lee

I'm a Mormon. I grew up in Rexburg, Idaho, and then attended college at Utah State University.

About Me

I love to be outside. For me and my family, we go on a lot of hikes, ride horses, and work outside on our family farm. I am currently a college student studying Nursing. I hope one day to be able to get my degree and work as a nurse in a hospital. I also hope that one day I will be able to be married in the LDS Temple and raise my family in the church.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church. For me, being a Mormon is all I've ever known, but as I have gotten older I have built my own testimony on the importance of our church. I continue to follow His gospel because of the many blessings that can be obtained when we follow Him. I know that this church is true, and without it I would be lost. Because of this church the simple questions of "Where am I going?" "Who am I?" "What is my purpose?" are all answered. We are children of a Heavenly Father that one day wants us to return back to Him. We are here to learn and to grow so that one day we can return back to Him with more knowledge than when we first came down to earth. I am so thankful for this gospel.

How I live my faith

I have participated in many ways growing up. I was always part of our church's organization called Young Women's. This program was so great for me because I was able to serve other girls that were my age and also learn more about myself. In high school I was part of our church's organization called Seminary. I was able to go and learn about the gospel everyday during school. This was such a great opportunity for me to help build my testimony. Since moving to college, I have become involved in Institute which is very similar to Seminary. I go to a class twice a week and learn about the gospel and build my personal testimony.