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Hi I'm Megan

Hi I'm Megan! I was born into the LDS church in Mesa, Arizona. I love my family, the gospel and horses!

About Me

I grew up playing school with my siblings and cousins, even during summer! I finally realized in high school that i actually wanted to be a teacher! I am now finished with my first year of college and will eventually get my degree in Elementary Education! Along with my love for children and teaching, I have a special place in my heart for horses. I love riding long trail rides, climbing up mountains, racing through deserts and rounding up hundreds of cattle in rough terrain. I have a big heart and love animals and children and doing secret nice things for people! I also love to be in charge and get things done!

Why I am a Mormon

I have made the choice to continue in the religion that I was born into because of all of the amazing experiences I have had that helped me to know this church is true. I try to read my scriptures everyday and pray multiple times a day. During these moments, I have those special experiences where I know the church is true. I know because God has answered my prayers, He helps me everyday of my life. I know He is there because I have sought Him and I have found Him!! He is there! And this is His church on the earth today! That knowledge is why I choose to be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints!

How I live my faith

I love serving in my community and in my church! I serve lunch to elderly people at the local community center in my town. We always have fun and uplifting conversations and I love to see their smiles when I offer to help them out. Within my church i have served in many different ways. I plan activities for the youth to do that will teach them about Jesus Christ, help them serve others, and allow them to have fun with their peers.