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Hi I'm Felicia Campbell

I was born in Houston Texas, grew up in Fort Collins Colorado. I am a cosmetologist and A dancer, and I am a Mormon!

About Me

I am a sister of 3 brothers and 1 sister and I am a daughter of two amazing parents and a heavenly father. I am a dancer (ballet, jazz, hip hop, pointe, lyrical, etc.). I have recently graduated from Regency Beauty Institute to become a full cosmetologist. Hair is my passion and I love every second of what I do. I love basketball. My favorite animal is a zebra and my favorite color is red! I am a full on military supporter. I have a brother in the navy, and my best friend in the marines. I love all of americas soldiers and the soldiers of God (missionaries) I am a Professional sports entertainment dancer for the Colorado Ice indoor football team.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the Mormon church. When I entered high school, I began falling away from the church. I don't really much care about it. I wanted to make my own choices and decisions on things. I began to dig my hole deeper and did things I am not too proud of. It just got worse and worse as the years went on. My brother had me go to his church meetings (he is strong in the church), when I was about to graduate high school. At that time, it was the singles ward. I started to fall in love with this group of people. I owe everything to them in the long run. They brought my heart back. It wasn't till about the end of summer of my senior year that I really decided to change my life around. I got rid of the people who brought me down to a place I didn't want to be. I had to say goodbye to the boy I was dating...my best friend. I do not regret that decision though. I came back to God. I have never been so happy in my life! For the first time since I was 12, I have been able to go into the temple worthy. It was the most amazing feeling in the world. I knew right then, that God loved me. After I came back to God's side, he blessed me with the most amazing person in my life. "God doesn't take anything away from you without giving you something better". I am the happiest I have been since I was 12. I am 19 now, and living my dream and the life I want to live. Sometimes it is hard not to fall into temptation, but then I look past the here and now and I look into eternity. What is in front of us right now is temporary, what is far beyond our knowing, is forever. I have been down the darkest path and Satan has tourtured me. But God doesn't give up on his sons and daughters, he held his hand out for me the whole time. He was just waiting for me to take hold. Now I have, and I am never going back. I am a Mormon. I know. I live it. I love it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending all my Sunday church meetings every week. I feel so loved there, I just want to spend every day there! I am attending church with all young men and woman my age (18-30). It is called "the singles ward". They are all my best friends! On Monday's we have church activities where we all just hang out and do fun things. I like to attend those every Monday. On Tuesday, we have institute class (bible study classes and Book of Mormon study classes). Aside from everything church planned, every night I read my scriptures. Right now, I am actually reading my book of Mormon for the first time! I am so drawn into it, I don't want to ever stop reading it! Every night, I also pray and talk to God. The past few months, we have gotten really close. He is my best friend. When I feel like I am alone and that no one cares about me, I know God Does. He listens to me and comforts me.

How are modesty and chastity related? How can parents teach their children to be modest in dress, language and behavior?

Felicia Campbell
This was a hard question for me to understand for the longest time while in high school. First off, the way you view yourself is how men are going to view you. Your body is a temple and you are a daughter of a king, which practically makes you a princess. All girls should be treated wi respect. But if you don't respect yourself, how do you expect a guy to respect you? Modesty and chastity come hand in hand. When you are dressing yourself immodestly, while the attention might feel amazing, you are giving men permission to view you in ways that us girls Definantly don't want to be viewed. That isn't the kind of attention you want to be getting. When you dress immodestly, your actions and the way your mind thinks and your personality are completely changed. You are giving men the permission to take advantage of the situation. When you dress modestly, guys will respect you more. And I promise, you will feel better and way more comfortable! God gave you your body, don't wreck it with all the Worldly things that are supposedly "acceptable". Parents can teach their children this just by respecting their own bodies! Set an example and a standard. It's ok to be a little strict on a situation like this! Show more Show less