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Hi I'm Cameron P. Garvoille

I was born in Utah, but raised mostly in Texas by my Mother and her loving family. I am prepparing to go on a Mission.

About Me

I am 18, have completed high school, done one semester of college. I play the Saxophone and am currently prepparing to serve a full-time mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up with my parents getting divorced while I was young. Not too long after that my mom and I moved into my grandparents. I went to church with them on sundays, and gained some friends. Not knowing that they were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, until I got older. I started to get taught by the missionaries when I was 7, this started while I was still in Texas with my mom and was taught by Elders, when I went to Utah it was continued by Sisters when I went to visit my dad. I gained a strong testimony about Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon and two weeks after I turned Eight I was baptized. Since then I have gained a stronger testimony and know that through the will of the Lord and our Savior, Jesus Christ, that anything is possible and everything is obtainable.

How I live my faith

I do my best to attend church every sunday, I go to institute as long as I am not ill and I try do my best to do a good turn daily and read my scriptures for 15 minutes a day.

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

Cameron P. Garvoille
Death is just the next step in our Heavenly Fathers Plan of Salvation. There is the Pre-Existance, where we all once were, Birth, which is the beginning of our mortal life where we gain a mortal body and the Holy Ghost as a guide, Death where the mortal body and spirit seperate temporarily. Then there is judgement and salvation where the Spiritual body and Mortal body become one again, but for eternity in their most perfect form. Judgement decides which Kingdom of Glory we are to go to, which is based on how we lived on Earth. Death is necessary for us to be back with our Heavenly Father and to see our loved ones that have passed before us. Show more Show less