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Hi I'm Megan Fausett

I am a missionary in the Ohio Cincinnati Mission, I am a swordfighter, a musician, a mortician's daughter, and a Mormon!

About Me

I know what it is to grieve, but I also know happiness. I have many hobbies that I pursue, such as: singing, playing piano, playing guitar, playing the drums, photography, dance, theatre, making videos, writing, art, reading, sword fighting, Bo staff, archery, making costumes, shopping, traveling, and performing. I love being with people and getting to know them. I have always wanted to serve a mission, and most of all I love my family and my God. The gospel has brought me through the hardest times in my life, as well as greatly contributed to the most wonderful times of my life. My father passed away when I was eleven in an automobile accident. That was shortly followed by the deaths of many other family members and friends. It was very difficult for a long time, but when I started taking seminary I gained the courage that I needed to make it through High school, as well as learning to study and find courage to help me go out through the rest of my life. I absolutely love to travel. I've been to Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, Mexico, Cancun, and Canada, as well as several different states. I love learning about people and what makes them the way they are. I am going to major in Music Therapy when I get home from my mission in Cincinnati Ohio, and work with troubled teens and children. There is nothing I would rather be doing than serving a mission and helping bring to pass this great work. I hope that everyone has the chance to hear the gospel. It has changed my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I was blessed to be raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I have learned of its truthfulness for myself and have developed a testimony through experience and personal revelation. My life would be much less meaningful if I wasn't a part of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It gives me a purpose, hope, and fills my heart with joy. I am so grateful for the Restoration of the gospel and I know of a surety that the Joseph Smith was a prophet of God, and that President Thomas S. Monson is God's prophet on Earth today. I have come to know this for myself, and encourage anyone who wants to find out to kneel and ask Heavenly Father in the name of Jesus Christ, with a true sincerity of heart, believing they will receive an answer, and then I would invite them to ponder the things that they think and feel.

How I live my faith

I am serving a mission in Cincinnati Ohio. I am making a great effort to share it with other people, as well as continue to learn about the gospel for myself. I love the gospel, and want everyone to know that they can make it through this life through the Grace of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. I know that He will make fair all of the unfair things about life, and you will obtain a fullness of joy.

Why don’t women hold the priesthood in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? How do Mormon women lead in the Church?

Megan Fausett
Women do not hold the priesthood because we have a different and equally important power. We have the power of motherhood. Though many people try to prove otherwise, there are few callings that have as much influence and importance as being a righteous mother. We lead by compassion and example. The importance of these roles is often overlooked by the world due to things like the idea that the Priesthood is more important. It isn't. The roles are different, and they are equal. Show more Show less