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Hi I'm Megan McCain

I am a proud Colorado native who is living the life at BYU-Hawaii. Soccer is my passion. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am from Colorado. I am a college goalkeeper at BYU-Hawaii. I am majoring in Exercise and Sports Science. I love the outdoors and enjoy the challenge of climbing the Colorado 14ers.

Why I am a Mormon

Let me just first start out by saying that I am so grateful for the Book of Mormon and the being a member of Jesus Christ's church. It has brought so much joy into my life, that I can't imagine my life without it. I was baptized at the age of 8, being the age of accountability, but had just been a member of the Catholic church until right before I turned 8. My mom is truly the one who brought our family into the church and began speaking with the missionaries. I am so grateful for her to seek out the missionaries and be baptized because I wonder where I would be if she hadn't. I love her for that. The gospel of Jesus Christ brings love and understanding into my life and has helped me get through the trials in my life. I am a member of Christ's church because I know that it is the only way that I will be able to have the fullness of truth and be guided in the right direction back to my Heavenly Father. The blessings that I receive every day by being a Mormon, is incredible. I love my Savior Jesus Christ and love the Book of Mormon and its teachings. I know that my Savior suffered and atoned for my sins so that I may be able to return back to him and my Heavenly Father. I have a testimony that Joseph Smith restored the church back to the earth and that he saw the Father and the Savior on that beautiful spring morning. I know that families can be together forever though the power of the temple.

How I live my faith

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is not just a religion, but a way of life. Every where I go I am always striving to show others how to live through my example. At church, I have been involved in the leadership side of visiting teaching and have grown in my testimony of what visiting teaching can do to help other sisters in need.