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Hi I'm Megan

I'm from Nevada, I love to Beat box, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I served a mission in the Texas Lubbock Mission and love to serve! I love to be in the sun, so Texas was the place for me. I play basketball, golf, and did track in high school. I also love to sing, I may not be the best at it, and was in the marching band in high school, playing on the DrumLine. Tenors are life! I occasionally like to drop a beat so I beat box and did in an A Capella group at BYU. I am always ready to go adventuring in the wilderness and love to farm. Basically take me outside and give me a project and I will be happy!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because when I was eight years old I was asked if I knew that Jesus Christ was my Savior and that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God. I said that I did. I knew it then and I know it now. I know my Heavenly Father loves me and that he has a plan for me. I am a Mormon because I know that this is how to follow Heavenly Fathers plan for me. My family will be together forever if I live the covenants I made in the temple. I know the Book of Mormon is true. I know that Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world. I know it. That's why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

It's not just going to church on Sunday and it's not just being a good person. Living the life of a member of Christ's church has become a part of everything I do and every decision I make. Being a Mormon is about following the example of the Savior in all I do and striving to repent and come closer to Him every day. I love Jesus and I want to follow the example He has set before me everyday.

What does Mormonism teach regarding baptism?

We are baptized by immersion. This is a physical ordinance that symbolizes spiritual rebirth. We are "born again" and through the mercy of Christ can return to our Heavenly Father again. We promise at baptism to always remember Christ, to keep his commandments, and to take his name upon us. Show more Show less