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Hi I'm Cameron

I'm a regular guy and a bit of a sports nut. I'm a father of five. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a marketing brand manager for a nutritional supplement company and I am a bit of a sports nut. I enjoy both pro and college sports, but my favorites have to be college football and college basketball. I train for and participate in half marathon an shorter distance runs and sprint distance triathlons. I love the outdoors and outdoor activities including hiking, biking, camping and fishing. My favorite thing to do is go camping as a family. I am a married father of five young children, so there is never a dull moment at our home.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in a Mormon household and both of my parents were and are very active in the faith. I grew up in an area where there weren't a lot of members of my faith and so I was known as the Mormon kid. I was asked on several occasions about my church's doctrines. I wanted to make sure the the answers I gave to my friends weren't just canned answers, but that they were actually what I believed. This caused me to study my faith and the views and beliefs of other faiths as well. Through my study and much prayer I developed a wonderful and deep love for our savior Jesus Christ and his gospel. Through this experience and several others that I have had throughout my life, I have come to know The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is Christ's church on the earth today. Some of the doctrines dearest to my heart are that I can be saved through the grace of my savior Jesus Christ. If I repent and do all that I can I will still fall short, but he will make up the difference for me. Also, the sweet doctrine of eternal families, that I can be together with my family after this life is truly comforting.

How I live my faith

I love serving in the church. I have served in several different positions and love the fact that we have an unpaid ministry. I am currently one of the counselors to the Bishop in our congregation. As one of my assignments I get to work with the children ages 0-12. I love seeing their smiling faces and being part of teaching them the gospel that I love. My wife and I are largely involved in our community through our children's activity in sports and school.