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Hi I'm Megan

I live in Idaho. I love music, adventures, and my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a college student, and am thinking about getting a degree in horticulture. I have many different interests, but love being outdoors and having adventures. I love rock-climbing, rappelling, hiking, swimming, and running (sort of). I currently work at a greenhouse, but have had my fair share of working on the farm. I am the second of seven children and love my family! We love to laugh, talk, save kittens, camp, swim, and be with each other. We live about three miles away from anyone up a gravel road.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it brings me joy! I love Jesus Christ and my Heavenly Father. They love me. They love you. The beginning of my feelings that the church is true stemmed from feeling that love. Anyone can feel Their love for them if they pray sincerely to. I know that is true. And I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints teaches truth. It is the same church that Christ organized when He was on the earth. It makes me a better person and gives me hope of a bright future even after I die. In the darkest of times it is a light! The Book of Mormon is true. Read it. Find out for yourself.

How I live my faith

I am so excited to have the opportunity soon to serve a full-time mission in Chile! There I will be able to share with others what is most important to me: my knowledge about Jesus Christ. It is true that I won't be able to call my family whenever I want, but we will still keep in pretty close contact through email. And I'm excited! Not because I don't want to be around my family, but because my sole focus will be to help others find real happiness.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Mormon women are all different, just like other women. We have some things in common: we believe in Jesus Christ, that He loves us and our families. We try to help others within our communities. And we believe that families can be together forever! We do believe in equality of men and women. We believe that their roles in life are meant to be different, but compliment each other. We respect each other, and each other's roles. Show more Show less