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Hi I'm Megan.

I live in Arizona. I've been married for nine years now, I am a mother of five, I attend college full time and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I moved around a lot as a child, the longest I remember staying in one place was less than three years. I have been a member of the LDS church my whole life. In many of the places I lived members of the LDS church were scarce. My freshman year I was one of five members in a student body of 1500. Being a member had it's challenges socially sometimes but I've always felt comfortable in my lifestyle. I met the man who would become my husband my senior year. After graduation he went on a mission for our church and was in Colorado for two years. We wrote to each other and when he got home we decided to marry. Nine years later we have five wonderful, and sometimes challenging children ages eight, six, four, two and three months. Last year I decided to go back to school so that when my children are old enough to not need me home all the time I can start getting paid to work again! ;) Between my roles as a mother, housekeeper, wife and student life is very busy, sometimes difficult, but always rewarding. I am grateful to have a wonderful husband and wonderful family and friends who support me in my life. I enjoy reading, scrapbooking, gardening, walking/hiking, wood work, photography and making jewelry. One day I would like to be a nurse.When I'm an "empty nester" I would like to travel.

Why I am a Mormon

The church has been a part of my life since I was born thanks to faithful parents. I always loved the way the gospel teachings made me feel as a child. As I grew up I continued to find guidance and peace in the gospel teachings and through my communications with my Father in Heaven. When I began to ponder the truthfulness of the gospel, as all children raised in the church must at some point in their lives, I became very well acquainted with the feelings of peace and inspiration that the Holy Ghost can bring to my mind and heart. I have never really doubted the church or my place in it, but my testimony was strengthened greatly. I know that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God and that he was given God's gospel in it's fulness for our use here on earth. I know that we have the power to bless and act in God's name through the gift of the priesthood power. I know that families can be eternal. And I know that the church and the doctrines taught there can help me reach the potential that my Heavenly Father sees in me as His daughter. How grateful I am to have a personal relationship with Him. I know he loves me, and that He is there for me. He has answered my prayers.

How I live my faith

I participate in the church by visiting other sisters in my ward to be a friend and help when they need help. It is a wonderful opportunity to make friends that I might otherwise not have made. I also give talks on gospel principles in church when asked and teach children's classes as a substitute sometimes.