Hi I'm Cameron
My interests include reading, sports, creating works of art and Family. I have enjoyed the mediums of glass blowing, kiln work, Lamp work, forging, jewelry work and carving in both wood and soap stone during my jaunt in collage. I admire my Family and find great love of life in variety.
Why I am a Mormon
My Family has been built upon values that seem to grow more and more profound and important as my life progresses. The times when decisions are made that affect my progress through life I find that there are answers that exist to provide direction and usually I’ve already made the decision. My happiness comes from others and the teachings of the Gospel not only improve, magnify and bolster these but I know that they are eternal. I find the more I improve and excel the more others around me refine and vice versa. If there were a reason why I believe that was closer to the core than the others it would be because I love my Father in Heaven.
What are you doing to help strengthen your family and make it successful?
Being in a larger family than usual there is allot of potential for discourse, mayhem and spontaneity and that’s not always a bad thing. The constant potential for interaction allows us to learn more of ourselves and other WHEN balanced with values, focus and Love. Each child, teenager and adult is a child of God and so has great potential for good and for progress. When we try to live by the beliefs we have faith in we set an example to all whose company we share, and we this happens the path to God gets a little more worn and a little easier to follow. The peace and unity that comes from a progressing harmonious family is priceless. The company we have along the road to God pleasant and the goal even more desirable when we recognize that we will get there together.
How I live my faith
I find that living my faith comes from understanding. It is a belief in god and a love of him, he has given us commandments and I demonstrate my love by keeping them. My religion is the way I want to live and my life is my response to it.