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Hi I'm Morgan

I grew up in California, then moved to Utah. Majoring in Physical Therapy and minoring in Bio-mechanical Engineering. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am currently going to school to be a Physical Therapist. I like to be active and have been a member of the swimming, water polo, and rugby teams throughout high school and college. I love being out in nature whether it's hiking, having a picnic, snowboarding, or just watching a good lightning storm all of God's creations astound me.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents are both converts to the LDS church. They were baptized when I was only eight months old so I was lucky enough to be raised with the gospel in my life. I had an incredible childhood growing up in the LDS church I felt the love and guidance not only from my parents but from my Heavenly Father as well. As I grew older and began to understand more of the philosophies the world had to offer I let my testimony wither from neglect. I fell away from the church for three years. I can honestly say those were the hardest and darkest years of my life. Scholastically I had a purpose, a goal I was striving for, but spiritually I was in turmoil. I felt my life had no purpose, what was the point of striving for a prestigious career

How I live my faith

To the world faith can be seen as irrational and inconsequential, but in my life faith has made all the difference. I cannot boast of great accomplishments or tell you of extreme sacrifices I have made on behalf of my faith in the LDS church. However, I can tell you my experiences of striving to live a life of quiet devotion. My faith is a guiding compass in my life and I strive to live in such a way that even those who do not know me will be able to identify me as a disciple of Christ. I try to be a friend, or at least friendly, to everyone. I make sure that when I visit teach the sisters I am assigned to I set aside enough time to honestly listen to them. Over all I strive to be an active member of my ward and to be obedient in every aspect of my life.