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Hi I'm Megan

I was raised in Southern Oregon. I am a Public Relations student at Brigham Young University. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a sophomore in college studying Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations. I am minoring in both Spanish and Business. I love playing soccer and tennis and watching any sport! I have an older step-brother, a younger sister, a great mom, and an amazing step-dad. I plan on working for the P.R. team of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints someday. I'm (almost :)) always willing to meet new people and try new things!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that Christ leads this church. I know that God and Christ appeared to a humble 14-year-old boy in New York in the spring of 1820. With the guidance of the Father and the Son, Joseph Smith was able to restore the gospel that had been taken from the earth after the death of Christ and His apostles. I know that through Christ's Atonement, we are able to be perfected and healed from our physical and mental sicknesses and pains. I have felt His power change me and I have seen Him in those around me. I know that if I keep my promises to God, He will bless me with the companionship of His Holy Spirit. I promise that Christ is always reaching towards us. We have to have the faith to trust that He will help us make the steps that we need to make to return back to His presence in the next life. He loves us. He loves me--He has shown me that. I want to spend my life proving that I love Him.

How I live my faith

I teach Gospel Doctrine to the other Young Single Adults in my ward. I have helped organize trial events for the church for up to 7,000 people. I have taught students at my school how to effectively use social media to share their beliefs with others. But most importantly, I try to live my faith every day by trying to see others the way God sees them and treat them the way He does.