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Hi I'm Kameron Squire

I love deer hunting and fishing. I want to go into Linguistics. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I love being outside, and never miss the chance to go hunting or fishing with my family. I enjoy a good book particularly that of science fiction, and like to just get out and have fun with my friends and family. I have an obsession with other languages and if I had my way I would learn them all, but because I am interested in so many taking the time to learn one or two languages on top of English has proven difficult.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Born in Utah, and was around the gospel for my entire life. When I got older (at least old enough to be a rebellious teenager) I stopped going to church. I didn't like the fact that I was raised and told what to believe in. After with my own personal belief system for a few years I got a feeling to go to church again. It had been a while since I had gone and I had nothing better to do that Sunday so I drove to a church building and walked inside. While I was sitting in this meeting I got this overwhelming feeling all throughout me, a feeling of peace and love. Sitting there felt right, and it was a feeling that ever since that day I have wanted to share with everyone around me. I am a Mormon because I know that the gospel is true. I went back to church and never have I felt more wonderful than when I was there following the teachings of the gospel. I am a Mormon and I have never been happier in my life. I know that my Savior is there through all my trials and hardships and I know that He loves me. I want to be just like Him, I love Him, and I know that this is the true church.

How I live my faith

I wake up every morning and I pray to God, and spend my morning studying out of the scriptures. Something the gospel has taught me is to always be in service of my fellow man. And I strive to serve everyday of my life, whether this is helping a neighbor move or a friend with their yardwork or even just saying hello to the people I meet on the street. I have the opportunity to serve as a ward missionary or someone who shares the gospel within their community. I get to go around my neighborhood every week and meet someone new. Visit with them, serve them, and become friends with them. There are so many wonderful people out there in this world and I enjoy going out and assisting them and becoming friends with. I love my ward, I love sharing with others what I believe, and I love being in service with my fellow man.