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Hi I'm Megan

I'm a student. I work at a hospital. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the 7th of 9 children in my family. I grew up all over the United States, but now I'm studying in Spokane, Washington to be an x-ray technologist. I love to play the piano and sing and beat-box. I swim and play tennis for fun. I have lots of nieces and nephews and enjoy any time I get to spend with them and the rest of my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church and was baptized when I was eight years old. But it was when I was in high school that I really came to know that the church was true. Once I decided to find out on my own and build my personal testimony, I began to feel the spirit of the Lord more strongly than ever. Since then I have had countless experiences that have helped my testimony grow stronger and my relationship to my savior increase.

How I live my faith

I currently serve as the president of the women's service organization for my single's ward here. We meet together every Sunday and are taught and learn the gospel together. I help the sister's plan activities, service projects, and organize the sisters so that they go out to visit each other monthly. I try my best to be a good example to my friends, coworkers, and peers of the importance of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and keep it central in my life.

Why is it important for us to take care of our bodies? Why are our bodies called temples of God in the Bible?

Megan
Our bodies are a gift from our Heavenly Father that allows us to gain knowledge, experience and growth. As we keep God's commandments and care for our bodies, both our body and spirit will grow closer to Him and we will grow to become more like he is. The more healthy and clean we keep our bodies, the more ability our spirit has to gain more knowledge, experience and the ability to return to live with our Heavenly Father for eternity. Show more Show less