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Hi I'm Camille

I grew up in Arizona. I love my family, baking, and being outdoors. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the 7th of 10 kids and I love my family more than I can say. I grew up in the church and was surrounded by many great people of all faiths who have influenced my life and helped me become the person I am today. I believe in doing the right thing, having fun, and cherishing every day. Some of my favorite things are campfires, fresh baked chocolate chip cookies and laughing with my friends and family.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because being a part of the restored church gives me a sense of purpose and satisfaction. In a world of confusion I can feel confident knowing who I am and why I am here. My parents raised me to have faith in Jesus Christ and to serve those around me. I am grateful for the values that are taught in the church and the importance of the family. I know that my family can be eternal as I live what I believe. I am a Mormon because being a part of this brings me happiness.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by doing simple things each day to build my faith in Christ. As I pray, search the scriptures and try to follow the example of Jesus Christ I find purpose and direction in my life. I have chosen to share what I have with others by serving a full time mission. Serving a mission is not a requirement but I feel it is a way for me to do my part to be a disciple of Christ. I have found great joy as I have proclaimed the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

We believe that the family is ordained of God, and we believe that we have the ability, through restored priesthood power, to be sealed to our families for eternity. It is within our families that we learn to love, to serve, to teach and work. It can sometimes be difficult to maintain those good relationships in our families, but our families can also be the source of some of our greatest joy. Show more Show less