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Hi I'm Cam Fuller

I grew up in Meridian Idaho, I'm a hockey player, a guitarist, I'm serving a mission in the Tokyo, Japan mission and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Right now I am serving a full time mission in Tokyo Japan (April 2011-May 2013); I love it here! Never thought I would ever live in a place like this, but the Lord works mysterious ways. I grew up in Meridian Idaho (right by Boise). I have four people in my family; parents and one little sister. I love them so much. I played ice hockey for my high school for five years (played for a total of 10 years). I play guitar, love to ski and I love eating. I love listening to music too (especially the heavy stuff). I can speak two languages, English and Japanese.

Why I am a Mormon

I, like a lot of other Mormons joined this church at 8 years old because my parents were members as well. However I didn't have a firm testimony about this church my whole life. I always felt it was true, but I feel that I relied on others testimonies more than my own. I never had that get struck by lightning conversion experience. Mine came slowly and with much faith and prayer. After I read the entire Book of Mormon for the first time, I then realized for sure this church is true; there is no way I could have denied it. I feel that Jesus Christ has helped me so much in becoming the person I am today. I think of His Atonement daily, and how grateful I am for being able to use it. Also the thought of always having a loving Heavenly Father is comforting as well. I have great parents who have raised me well, but there is something about having a loving source from heaven as well. I have come to realize that all though I have my loving parents here on earth. I also having a loving Heavenly Father in heaven, who watches over me and loves me.

How I live my faith

Serving the people here in Tokyo has been a huge "testimony builder" for me. I never thought I could love a certain group of people, as much as I do the Japanese people. I love being able to share the Gospel in another language, and hearing about their personal background stories and beliefs. Through serving the people here in Japan, I feel like right now, from being a missionary, I am experiencing what it is really like to serve and love others, just as the Savior did for all of us. Charity and pure love are the greatest things we can give to other people. Jesus commanded us to "love one another as he loves us." And I believe that if we really put that into action we are able to experience "true joy and happiness."