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Hi I'm Morgan

I love to learn new things. I love to explore the world. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am attending college and I'm studying Computer Science. I love learning new things and having new experiences. I love to play soccer and rock climb. I wish I could adopt all the cats in the whole world. I work at a small online company and I love hanging out with my coworkers, friends, and family. I have been told that I'm very outgoing. I try to be this way because I want to be friends with everyone. I love meeting new people of all kinds of backgrounds!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because this church is true. I have read the Book of Mormon and I know without a doubt that it is true. I have received countless answers to questions and doubts and I have felt peace and hope that I can find nowhere else. I love the feeling of community that I get from being in a ward. Everyone in my ward is helpful and kind to each other. I continue living this gospel because I love God and I want to be obedient to His commandments. I feel so much happier and I feel like I have more freedom when I'm following the gospel because I am keeping myself away from a harmful lifestyle that could prevent me from doing things that I truly love. I know God loves me and blesses me when I am trying my best. I'm so grateful for the atonement and repentance because I know I can be forgiven of the mistakes I've made if I truly want to progress and become a better person. Through Christ, I can become a better person and be happy and this is what I want. This is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I often help plan activities for the adult women in the church. These activities help us grow closer to each other and to God. I also visit women in my neighborhood to make sure they are doing well and to help them in any way I can if they need it. When I was younger, I was the class President over a group of girls in my neighborhood. My job was to make sure they all felt welcome and included and to plan activities that would help us learn more about living the gospel, leading a happy life, and being a friend. Occasionally, I teach younger children when the teachers have a meeting together. I often participate in service activities where we serve our community.