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Hi I'm Cameron

I grew up in West Valley City, Utah, I can limbo below my knees, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

One thing that I think stands out about me when I meet someone is my sense of humor. I love to tell jokes, hear jokes, and I even don't mind being the butt of a few jokes. I love to laugh and be with people. One of my biggest hobbies in high school was theater. I love to be in plays and musicals, to me being on stage entertaining people is an absolute blast.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born a member of this church, and I know that it is the one true church on this Earth. I can feel in my heart that what I am doing is right. To know that the Lord knows me individually as a person, to know the plan that he has prepared for all of his children is a comfort that I rejoice in. I have read about the Book of Mormon and prayed about it, I have felt the spirit of the Lord testify to me that this is the true church. I know that I am a child of God, and that he loves me. That through an infinite atonement provided by the Only Begotten Son, I may live again with my Father in Heaven. This is the true church of God.

How I live my faith

I love the Lord. He is my Savior, brother, and friend. The love that he has for all of us is so strong. I am always thankful to him for his love and his sacrifice so that all of us can return and live with our Heavenly Father. My heart is full of his love, and I try to follow his example in my life. I love to do service for my fellow man. In my church right now I serve as the Family History Instructor. I teach lessons about how people can find the names of their ancestors. This is important to our church because we believe in not only life after death, but spiritual progression after death as well. Not all of the work can be done without a body though, so my church provides an opportunity for us to go do the work for these people as proxies who are able to stand in on an ordnance such as baptism.