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Hi I'm Megan

I'm a cowgirl, I love to ski, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was raised on my family farm I have five older brothers and I'm the youngest and the only girl. I was born and raised in the church with a very active family, and I have gained my own testimony through hard work, study, and prayer. My love of horses has been with me since birth and through hard work and living on a farm the dream of owning my own horses has become a reality. I love sports, I was introduced to skiing in the winter of 2011 and I totally love it! I love skiing and horses and want to try skijoring. Yes, you should look that up. I'm currently serving a mission in New Hampshire Manchester Mission and I love New England! My mission consists of the states Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.

Why I am a Mormon

Being raised in the church is such a blessing, but it was quite a shock coming to college and seeing the other side of life. All of these new experiences have strengthened my testimony and made me realize that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the only true church. I am a Mormon because of the freedom it gives me and for the knowledge I have of the past, present, and future.

How I live my faith

In my callings I have always tried to give my all and help those around me. I believe action shows what someone really believes. I try to give service to those around me; my family, friends, and neighbors. The service can be getting them a napkin or just listening to a bad day story. I now really try and show my faith in ways that questions will arise. I try and show the Book of Mormon in my hand or mention going to church over the weekend or something small like that. So people around me will feel comfortable in asking questions. I love the quote that talks about how we should preach the gospel at all times, but when necessary, use words.