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Hi I'm Chase Campbell

I play piano. I have four younger brothers. I love to have fun and joke around! :) I'm a Mormon

About Me

I LOVE to play piano! I have ever since I was six years old. I am an Eagle Scout. I have four younger brothers and no sisters. I am currently serving a mission in Baguio Philippines. I am learing Tagalog and am loving it! I want to go to college and become an orthodontist after my mission. I will marry my sweetheart in the temple and be sealed to her for time and all eternity.

Why I am a Mormon

I like many others have had to find out for myself if the church is true. I was born into a family that was members and I always went to church with them but I had to know for myself. I needed to especially if I was going to maybe sacrafice two years of my life in preaching the gospel. So I read the Book of Mormon. In the end of it it tells of if we then pray to God, asking with a sincere heart if what we have read is true, then He will tell us. I wanted to know so bad so I got on my knees and asked God if it is true. I got my answer. This great peaceful feeling entered my heart and seemed to enlighten my soul. Inside my head all the confusion and questioning was gone. My mind was clear and I knew it was true. I can't deny it. I KNOW it is true with every fiber of my being and it has blessed me in so many ways I can't even begin to number them. The greatest blessing in my life though is my family. I would be no where in my life without their love and support. I am so grateful for them.

How I live my faith

I am serving a mission to share about the gospel of Jesus Christ. It has blessed me in my life and I want to go out and share that with other people. I'm not perfect though. I make mistakes every day. I just do what I can every day though to live my testimony and live my religion. I help others when I see that they are in need. I smile and try my best to be happy throughout the day. I don't have to do big, huge, grand things to live my faith. Just doing little things everyday and doing the best I can is what God requires. He doesn't want or expect immediate perfection, but he does expect immediate progress and to see that we are trying.