Morgen serves as an International Minister, working in Deaf Ministries with Signs of Love. She hopes to be used and stretched by the Lord as He allows her to serve His people. Morgen is excited to serve with open hands and an open heart wherever God leads her.
Morgen accepted Christ as her Savior as a child, and in high school realized the missional call that believers receive through the Great Commission. She began pursuing missional living on a daily basis within her community. Through taking American Sign Language classes in high school, Morgen fell in love with Deaf culture. She planned to begin a career as a play therapist as a way to minister to and love the Deaf community.
During a short-term mission trip in her first semester at University, Morgen realized that her calling to missions had bigger borders than the United States. Soon after, she became connected with Signs of Love and served as an intern. After much prayer, it became evident that God was leading her to full-time work with Signs of Love. She is excited to learn more about the Lord and see the ways that He consistently loves his children.
Morgen grew up in a Christian family with a younger brother, Turner. She grew up in Colorado Springs with her parents and brother, and with her grandparents close by as spiritual mentors and role-models.
Morgen graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas.