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Hi I'm Morgan Bishop

I grew up in a little ghost town in the Middle of Utah. I lived on a ranch for most of my life. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a small town farm girl. I grew up on a ranch in the middle of Utah where my daddy taught me the importance of work. While I was on the ranch I gained my love of horse riding. I have always been an outdoors girl. If there is a choice I would rather be outside. I love camping, hanging out with my friends, boating, and hiking.

Why I am a Mormon

I love this church with all my heart. This church gives me clarity, understanding of how the world works, why I'm here, and what my purpose is here in life. We believe that we have a loving Father in Heaven, God, who is always there to protect us and give us comfort when we need it. We also believe in Jesus Christ and that he suffered and died for us on the cross for us to return to live with Heavenly Father and Him once our physical bodies pass away. I know with my whole being that this is true. I have asked in prayer if the things that I have been taught my whole life were true and I got the very real answer that they are. I can tell you right now that if you have any doubts or if you are wondering if this church is true I encourage you to kneel down and start to talk to God. Ask him if the things of this church are true and I can promise you that he will let you know that these things are so true. He will let you feel of the truthfulness of this church and how real and happy it can make you.

How I live my faith

I am an active member in a young adult ward. I am currently a college student and sometimes life can get busy, but somehow church always fits into my schedule. I have been called to various leadership positions in the church. I have been the president in all three levels of the young women program, and counselors as well. Now I am in charge of making the program for our sacrament meeting we hold every Sunday. Sometimes these callings are hard, but they are always rewarding.