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Hi I'm Megan Lewis

I am a singer, dancer and composer. I married my high school sweetheart, have four children and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I remember, as a young girl, spending countless hours at dance lessons, practicing the piano, and singing. If you were to talk to my mother, she would say it was a battle. I had a very strong will, and my desire was not always to spend my time practicing! My mother was persistent, so, day after day, I practiced. When I started high school, however, something clicked and I realized I had an insatiable appetite for the fine arts. I studied music and dance at Brigham Young University and toured with the Ballroom Dance Company, Theater Ballet Company and University Singers. Since graduating from college with a Masters Degree in Vocal Performance, I have taught and performed throughout the United States. Two years ago, I entered the recording industry and have really enjoyed sharing my passion for the arts with people from all over the world via YouTube! My greatest happiness has come from my family and being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I married my high school sweetheart and we have four children- three boys and one girl. Married life has been a wild ride! We have moved frequently, living in Utah, California, Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Texas, Arkansas, and now Hong Kong! For me, motherhood has been the most challenging and rewarding experience imaginable! Each day, I feel like I need to bring my "A game" to help each of my children learn and grow in their own way.

Why I am a Mormon

There are many things that I love about being a Mormon. As I read from the Book of Mormon and Bible, life makes more sense and I am better able to understand my purpose in coming to this earth. I love that there is a living prophet who is able to give counsel for our day. I have been able to avoid many pitfalls of addiction because of the health code taught in the church. And, I have learned a lot as I have had many opportunities to serve both in the church and in my community. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints helps it's own members, but also helps anyone who is in need. In the end, I believe people matter most, and this truth I have learned through being a Mormon.

How I live my faith

As in all of our lives, my life has had many ups and downs. The most difficult time for me was when I had a baby at 24 weeks gestation. I remember the NICU doctor coming to my hospital room and encouraging me to unhook my baby from all that was keeping him alive and let him pass away. She told me that his lungs were very underdeveloped, he had a brain bleed, his eyes would most likely not function properly, and on and on. I remember her leaving the room and I felt the weight of the world on my shoulders. I began to cry and wondered how I could make a decision like that- to let a baby die. At that moment, I decided to pray. I poured my heart out. I confessed that this experience was too much for me, that I didn't know what to do. After my tears had stopped and I had finished saying all I needed to say, I sat there, quietly, alone in my hospital room. Suddenly, I felt calm and I realized I didn't have to make a difficult decision that day. I simply needed to move forward with faith- a faith that all would work out. This baby that was only 1 lb. 15 oz. at birth is now eight years old and is perfectly healthy and normal in every way. During that experience, I discovered that faith in Jesus Christ is powerful.