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Hi I'm Megan Clark

I was born in Caldwell Idaho but grew up in Spokane Valley Washington. I am a ginger, a twin and yes I am also a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a family of seven kids, me being number 5 out of 7. I am a crazy, Auburn haired, identical twin being 3 minutes younger than my other half. My dad is a veterinarian and so I come from a home where owning several horses, a one-eyed rat, a pigeon, and a squirrel named 'Crunk' was considered normal. I love hiking, running, playing tennis, writing in my journal, reading, joking around, watching old Alfred Hitchcock films and Audrey Hepburn movies, playing with children, secretly being obsessed with vintage, sharing the gospel, working, being with my family, and I absolutely love, love, love, love, love music. In middle school my mom really pressed me hard to join choir like my older sister and twin had done but I rebelled and signed up for band on the flute because that's what my friends were doing at the time. In high school all my friends had quite band but I stuck with it. Needless to say music during that time really touched my life and in college I miraculously found myself a music major. I now play Piano, Flute, Oboe, English horn, and yes, on occasion I do sing. I am attending school in hopes to one day become a Music Therapist and use the power of music to heal others. I have always had the passion to share the gospel and treasure any opportunity I have to go tracking with the sister missionaries or help refer an investigator to the missionaries. My fifteen year old goal and passion to serve a mission is about to become a reality four years later.

Why I am a Mormon

I feel like prior to owning my own testimony in this gospel my life necessarily wasn't meaningless but I didn't feel or have a clear perspective and knowledge of why I was here doing the things I was, how I could be guided for my future and where I could turn to for help. After experiencing several tragic incidents in my life, I grew to understand the purpose that the gospel had in my life. I have a testimony of my Savior. I know that he lives. I know that Heavenly Father is real and that he hears and answers our prayers. I know that the Holy Ghost is real and that through its guidance we can know the truth of all things. I have a testimony of modern day Prophets, Seers and Revelators. I have a testimony that through revelation to these Prophets today, God can reveal to us the blessings and guidance that he would have us receive in this dispensation. I have a testimony of Christ's atonement and I know that it is through him we are saved. It is through his atonement that we can all be forgiven of our weaknesses and short comings and I know that because he suffered for each of our sins he knows how to "succor his people according to their needs," according to our affirmities. I have a firm testimony in the plan of salvation and also in the blessings received within his holy temples. I know that as we make those sacred covenants within his temples we can be with our families for time and all eternity and eventually return to live with God again.

How I live my faith

I live my faith first and for most in my everyday living. I try to implicate what I know in my schoolwork, with my co-workers, and of course in my dealings with my callings. I have lived my faith as I served as Laurel President and as my seminary Class President in high school, as a Ward missionary, ward pianist, ward chorister, ward young women's music director, and as I continue to serve in various callings today for the church. I live my faith by putting my family first and acting in a way that is pleasing to the Lord. I live my faith by looking for those opportunities to serve those around me and by being willing to do what the Lord would have me do. I live my faith by being honest, virtuous, owning up to my integrity, modest, chaste, and furthermore by living my life in a way that would bring me closer to my father in heaven.