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Hi I'm Tegan

I love to dirt-bike, ski, and fish. I am on a mission for the Lord in CHILE! I love life. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

Recently, I have graduated from high school and have been preparing to serve a mission in Chile! Throughout high school I did a variety of things. I played football, was a member of our ski club and actively participated in Student Council. When I am not in school I love to be outside doing things. Motorcycling, snowmobiling, skiing, hunting, fishing, camping and pretty much anything else that you do outside is my passion. I am so thankful I live in an area that easily accomodates these activities. After my mission I am planning on attending college at Utah State University. I am undecided in my major, but I am leaning towards an engineering program of some sort. I love getting to meet and know new people and making friends.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints my whole life. Straight from my youth I have loved the church and the teaching I learn there. I have had a testimony from a young age but over the years of my life, I have grown and developed my testimony. I am so thankful for the knowledge that I have of the gospel and of my Father in Heaven who blesses my day by day. I know I wouldn't be in the happy place I am today without the church and my testimony. I am looking forward to continuing my life with the church being the foundation of everything that I do, because I know that I couldn't be truly happy without the church and the gospel and the Savior in my life.

How I live my faith

I have recently been ordained as an elder so what I do at church has been changing a little bit, but I am blessed to have two families that I home teach with my dad. I have the opportunity to take the sacrament to two elderly ladies in our ward who aren't able to make it to church because of the infirmities. This has truly been a blessing to me. I go to the temple as often as I can to participate in the sacred things that are done there. I always just try my hardest to serve people in my ward and my community as much as I can because I love them and want to help them in any way I can.