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Hi I'm Camille Celeste Webb

I was born and raised in small town Show Low, Arizona. I live and breath happiness. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

A little about little old me :) I am a sister to SEVEN wild and crazy brothers who I would't trade for anyone. I'm attending college and loving every minute of it, good or bad. I love student council! I love music! I love working! I have a huge load on my plate, but I'm one girl that loves the challenge.

Why I am a Mormon

I am mormon...because I would be nowhere and be nothing if I wasn't. I have had so much responsibilities thrust upon me in my life whether by choice or by calling. The reality is that I am one person and I would not be capable of accomplishing half of the stuff that I have been able to do without the countless hours of my life spent on my knees in praying to Heavenly Father to help me have the strength to do what I required of me. Days that I neglect my gospel standards and let my guard down to the world always add up to be the worst days I can remember. Yes, its true that even on days that I remember to say sincere prayers and read my scriptures I have trials or temptation, BUT because I did chose to live the gospel that day I can get through the struggle easier. "He who kneels before God can stand before anyone." It is because of the added strength and the day to day blessings that make me firm in believing the gospel and in being a mormon.

How I live my faith

I try my hardest to live my faith by avoiding negative conversations about others or gossiping. It is important to me to try and not say anything negative about somebody else because I know that I am ultimately trying to become as Christ is; I know that Christ would never say anything rude or negative about others. When I think about saying only kind things about or to others it helps me to not use profane language as well which I think drives the spirit away. To help me live my faith in every aspect of my life I need the spirit to guide me.

What do Mormons believe happens to us after we die? What do Mormons believe about life after death?

Camille Celeste Webb
Mormons believe in a resurrection after death. When a person dies, we believe their body is temporarily separated from their spirit so while the body lays in the earth, the spirit carries on to the spirit world. When the time comes for the resurrection of dead, our bodies will be rejoined with our spirit in a perfect form to never be separated again. Physical death is just a stepping stone in our journey of existence. Show more Show less