Hi I'm Kameron
I'm a Student, I'm a Vocal Performer, I love Church, and I'm a Mormon
My name is Kameron. I am a recently-returned missionary. I was serving in the North Carolina Raleigh Mission. But now I have the great pleasure of bringing the gospel to many people through other means! The mission was a wonderful two-year experience, for which I took a break from school and work and lots of other things. Before the mission I was involved in music, especially men's a cappella music, and had been singing with a group for several years. Now I work, go to school, and sing on the side. I am way into cookouts and good food. I am a big sports fan. But really the best part is... I am a Mormon.
Why I am a Mormon
I am a Mormon because I want to be. I was born into a Mormon family, but I like many others have made the choice to be converted to the true and restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. The gospel gives me so much joy, comfort, and confidence in today's uncertain world. I just love being a part of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and having the wonderful knowledge of the gospel!
How I live my faith
I try my best to live my faith by example. I try to be the best person I can be. I also feel that living my faith includes investing my time and talents into helping myself and others in the Church progress spiritually. One of the things my friends and I have found that can really have a positive and powerful impact on people is sharing our testimonies of the gospel through music. Good music can really change people's lives. With a cappella music, which is singing without instruments, we use the voices that God gave us to spread joy and happiness to people. Overall, living by example, serving others, and spreading the joy is how I try to live my faith. Right now as a missionary, spreading the good news of the gospel through word and deed is how I live my faith!