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Hi I'm Meghan

I am from Philadelphia, PA. I love tennis, warm weather, ice cream, and a good photo bomb. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am the second oldest of six. I enjoy travelling, photography, socializing, and tennis. I am currently a college student studying Business; however, I'm putting this on hold as I prepare to serve a mission in the Adriatic South for eighteen months. I am beyond excited for this journey!

Why I am a Mormon

A pair of missionaries knocked on my family's door eight years ago. My family took the discussions, and I agreed to get baptized because the Gospel simply made sense and I could tell my parents were happier than I had ever seen them before. I'd known all along that the Gospel was a good thing because it made me want to be a better person. Over the years, I read the Book of Mormon and attended church. I discovered for myself that the church was true. Now I can confidently say that I am a Mormon because I know that the Gospel is true. I have a firm testimony that the Book of Mormon is the word of God. It clarifies, supports, and expands teachings found in the Bible. Christ is our Comforter and Redeemer. Heavenly Father knows each of us by name and wants us to succeed, learn, love, and come closer to Him. I can't imagine living without the blessings that come with this Gospel: the restored Priesthood Authority, temples where I can perform ordinances that are effective for eternity, and further light and knowledge from my Heavenly Father revealed in the Book of Mormon. This church has everything I could ever want. I am ready to invest all of my heart, mind, and strength as a representative of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because this Gospel has changed my life and the life of my family.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by daily scripture study and prayer. I try to be sensitive to the spirit and communicate with my Heavenly Father often so that I can make righteous decisions. Also, at church I teach kids age 5-6 in Primary. I love this calling because it brings me back to the simple truths of the Gospel. The spirit that I feel in Primary every week cannot be matched. I'm so grateful that I have the opportunity to teach my kids the foundation of the Gospel. They are a light to me every week!