Morgan returns from LDS mission in Malaysia


ALAMOSA — Micaela Morgan recently returned from serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.   She served for 18 months in the Singapore Mission, which is an English-speaking mission.  Micaela is the daughter of Gary and Roberta Morgan of Alamosa.  According to Micaela, this was the best year and a half of her life.

Morgan spent most of her time serving and teaching the Gospel in Malaysia. Here she found many cultures. Islam, Buddhist, and Hindu were the main religions, and many had never heard of Jesus Christ before. She helped them learn and understand the doctrine of Christ and taught them about faith, repentance, and baptism. Micaela saw many change their lives though the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

Micaela developed a great love for the people she served and found them to be amazing. She learned true joy comes when we look outward to others instead of inward; it is important to view others as Christ does. 

Micaela plans on returning to BYU and studying music performance with emphasis on the violin.

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