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Hi I'm Meghan

I live in Vancouver, Canada. I'm a competitive jump roper. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love languages. I studied French all my life in the hopes to become a French Immersion teacher and now I am learning Swedish on my mission. I have competed with jump rope for over 15 years and it has given me the opportunity to see the world and meet many interesting and inspiring people. I was baptised in September 2009 and it was the greatest decision I have ever made.

Why I am a Mormon

 When I was 17 years old, I travelled with a group to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to instruct jumprope to a group of dancers. Another jumproper from the United States came as well, and he and I became great friends. As we got closer, he taught me more and more about his church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He gave me a copy of the Book of Mormon just months before he left to serve a mission in Mozambique, and I promised to read it. I did, and it wasn't long before the missionaries were teaching me and I was going to church on a regular basis. Just after my 19th birthday, I was baptised, and I haven't been happier since. I know with all of my heart that this church is the true church of Jesus Christ. I know that there is a prophet on earth today who continues to lead and guide God's children on Earth. I know that the temple is the Lord's house, and it is through sealing ordinances that I can be able to live with my current and future families for eternity. Most importantly, though, I know that my Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ love me and I love them. 

How I live my faith

I am currently serving a full-time as a missionary in the Sweden-Stockholm mission. I love being able to share my testimony of the gospel every day with the people I meet everywhere. I am so grateful for the missionaries who taught me and I am excited to be able to share the knowledge that I now have with the people around me.