What Is a Church Community?

The video player could not be built.

Do you want to chat with a missionary?

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Start a chat or call us at 1-888-537-6600.

Hi I'm C. Kaal Glazier....

I was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. My home is in Provo, Utah, where I also study at Brigham Young University.

About Me

I love sports, fire-related events, ceramic or drawn arts, food, family, and friends! College isn't too bad either. You've got music? Ok, I probably like at least one of your songs. Music inspires me. I love learning anything about history, physics, chemistry, specialization, and the taste of a new food. I also enjoy attending American Football games, watching the Olympics, going to High School International Football games and being involved in basketball games in any way. I've been known to fish, hunt, camp and do stuff outside. If you've never rode a four-wheeler (ATV), snowmobile, motorcycle, galloping horse or jet ski, you must do it! Video games have also been played in my life, along with ski ball, ping pong, pool, and wrestling with siblings. Less frequent, yet still existent are the real dates, family parties, deep sea fishing trips, out-of-state tours, and snow skiing days.

Why I am a Mormon

I read the "Mormon" book and I felt the Spirit that the members always talk about at Church meetings. I have prayed more than once and God has responded as I listened to what the Church members had to say. I also appreciate the examples that other members of the Church set for me.

How I live my faith

I have often gone to visit Church members with my father. We have often done yard work for the elderly who cannot do it for themselves. We have also surprise-visited many members with some free pumpkins or some goodies that mom has baked. I have also been involved in many service projects and with my friends and family members. I pray every night and I do what I can to uplift others- by whatever means possible. I keep my life simple and keep close contact with the friends in my area.