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Hi I'm Tegan

I'm a daughter, a sister, an aunt, and a friend.

About Me

I am a daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. In just a couple months I will go by "Sister Bracha" to be a missionary for our church. My family is my life, and I would do just about anything for them. I attend college at BYUI. I enjoy just about anything that involves being outside, playing the piano, and playing sports. This gospel is what helps me have happiness and joy in this world we live in, and because of this, starting September.14 I have chosen to serve as a missionary for the church!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints because I love it. I know that this church, is the true church on the Earth today and bring everyone true happiness. I've felt it and now that it is true. The knowledge that I will get to see my family again one day is the best blessing that anyone could ever give me. I am so grateful for my Savior who atoned for our sins on the cross so we were able to come here and be saved, and actually have a chance at salvation. I know that he is our ultimate Redeemer and he paid the price so we can return to our Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith in the ways that My Savior lived his life. To love and accept everyone the way he did. In my home ward I was a teacher for the five year olds class and that was probably my favorite role that I have ever been given in my ward. I try to live my faith to the best that I can, by always being available to those in need around me. I have accepted the call to be a full-time missionary in the Retalhuleu, Guatemala area for the next 18 months of my life. I am now devoting all of my time and energy to teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ, helping people come closer to Christ, and helping people to find the happiness that we, as members of the Church of Latter Day Saints