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Hi I'm Beth Campbell

I was born in Oregon, but grew up in Idaho. I absolutely love playing the ukulele and singing. And I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I am the fifth child out of six. I have 3 nephews and 2 nieces. I have done one semester of college and look forward to continuing my education after my mission. I'm currently serving in the Arkansas Little Rock Mission and let me tell y'all, this is the best mission on earth! My favorite passed time would be listening to music and playing the ukulele and singing with my family. I LOVE reading. My favorite book is the Book of Mormon I love everything I learn when I read it, it is the most powerful book on this earth. I love to laugh and make others laugh. I love to bust out in random singing and dancing. My dream is to live in a musical so busting out in random singing and dancing would be socially acceptable. And yes, I am crazy. :)

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon, because the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only church on the earth that has ALL the truth. In high school I made a few mistakes and I lost my way a little bit. Life got really hard for me and I wasn't happy. And through all this I remembered how before these mistakes I was really happy and I wanted that back. But I didn't know how. But amazing inspired people showed me the things in the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and its teachings I could regain that happiness. And not only did I gain that happiness, but I also gained confidence not only in myself, but also in my Savior and the healing power of His Atonement. And if I didn't have the truths that were brought forth by God I would have never have made it out of that dark hole that I was in. And that is why I'm a Mormon.

How I live my faith

How I lived my faith is that I never hid it. I tried to be a good example to everyone everywhere I went. Whenever anyone had a question I would answer it enthusiastically, so they always new that I loved my faith. I taught in church and every fast Sunday I always would get up and bare my testimony. Really, living my faith was never hard because I was always excited about it and I was never shy to show that excitement.