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Hi I'm Meg Lifferth

I love to laugh, and I love to smile. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love to swim, and I am on my high school swim team. I read and write whenever I get the chance. I enjoy learning, despite hating school, and I am always eager to learn something new. I am a doodler, and I love to draw.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because this Gospel brings me joy. I am always happy, knowing that my Father in Heaven loves me and cares for me. I have a strong testimony of the Priesthood, and The Atonement. A while back, I suffered a compound fracture in the bottom half of my leg. It took my body a really long time to heal, and I was unable to walk for several months. I began to feel deeply depressed and lonely, and I did not know how to get out of my slump. Me, being a generally happy person, didn't know how to be happy once again. I was suffering mentally, physically, and spiritually. My family started to notice my medical depression, and so my father gave me several blessings. After the first blessing, I was immediately starting to feel better. I felt like I should begin reading my scriptures and saying my prayers. Following that prompting, I started to feel better. I could feel light inside of me again, and I could feel my Heavenly Father's love for me once again. I learned more about The Atonement, and how Jesus Christ suffered all the pains and sufferings of the world. He knew what I was feeling then, even if I thought no one else knew what I was going through. Reading The Book Of Mormon helped my depression lift, and I was able to feel peace once again. Everyday, my testimony grows stronger and stronger. I love The Church of Jesus Christ so much, and I know that this Church is the true Church. I know that my Heavenly Father knows who I am personally, and I know that he cares for me and he loves me. I say these things, in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

How I live my faith

I serve as a second counselor in a presidency, for young women in my church from ages 16 to 18.