About Us

The Aggieland Mormons blog was started in 2013 by members of the College Station 3rd ward in College Station, Texas. Our contributors are based in the College Station, Texas stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. College Station is home to the Texas A&M University Aggies, and is often referred to as "Aggieland." Our goal at Aggieland Mormons is to share positive, uplifting stories about the beliefs and practices of the LDS Church. We also strive to produce content that is fun and easy to share via social media. We hope you will like our Facebook page and other social media pages and share our articles on your own social media pages. This is not an official page of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The George Bush Presidential Library and museum on Texas A&M University campus in the
heart of Aggieland.

Authors:


Nate Sharp is an associate professor in the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University and currently serves as bishop of the College Station 3rd ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He grew up in Holladay, Utah, served a full-time mission for the Church in the Korea Seoul West mission from 1996-1998, and later graduated from Brigham Young University and the University of Texas at Austin. He married Holly Carroll in 2003, and they are the proud parents of five beautiful children.



Andrew Devey is currently a marketing and social media specialist at Rev 650. He graduated from BYU with a degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations. He is also a sports junkie and dessert connoisseur. He is part Texan by marriage, but still longs for Big Sky Country, where he served his mission. He is married to Lisa, and what he loves most is being the father to his son and twin girls.




Melodee Cooper is a Texan by birth, an Aggie by choice, the wife of a fellow Aggie because “he loves her more,” and a mother of three boys by a combination of time, modern science, and divine intervention. She has taught both 5th and 6th grade math and science, and is now able to be a stay-at-home mom, an amateur decorator, a crafter, a blogger, and a holiday enthusiast. She is battling Stage 4 cancer while remaining optimistic and grateful for the blessings in her life.




Koby Lopez is 22 years old and happily married. She and her husband are both studying at Texas A&M University and are enjoying their newlywed/student life, but are also excited to graduate and start a family. Koby loves surprises and tries to focus on the little things in life. Her personal motto is "preparation brings blessings."

1 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing these wonderful quotes by President Hinckley.

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