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Hi I'm Camille

I was born and raised in Montana, I attend BYU-Idaho, I love music, and I love to cook. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I am the youngest of seven children. I have 5 sisters and only 1 brother. Everyone always took pity on him for being the only boy, but I always thought he was sort of lucky :) I was born and raised in a city called Billings, Montana. The first and only time I have ever moved was when I went to college. I am a Sophomore at BYU-Idaho in Rexburg, Idaho. I absolutely love the environment there! I have grown up all my life in the LDS religion and have recently been called to serve in the California, Arcadia mission. I could not be more excited! I will be speaking spanish and report to the Mexico City MTC on April 16th!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I know that Joseph Smith saw God the Father and Jesus Christ long ago when he knelt down in a grove of trees. I know that he was a true prophet of God as is President Thomas S. Monson in our day. I am a mormon because I know God, and I know that he would never put an end to speaking to prophets and apostles through modern-day revelation. I am a mormon because I have read the Book of Mormon and I know it is true with all my heart. I know that if we have faith, repent, are baptized, and receive the holy ghost, we can not only become members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, but we can also follow the sacred example Christ himself set for each of us. I know that Christ died for us and atoned for my sins so that I could return to live with him forever. I also know that because my parents were sealed in the temple of the Lord, we can live together for all eternity as a family. What better blessings could I ever ask for? This is why I am going on a mission: to share these beautiful understandings. This is why I am a mormon.

How I live my faith

As a mormon, I live my faith in many ways each and every day. I begin and end my day with prayer. What better way than to start and end a day with the one who loves you most? I am also in a small ward full of young single adults. It is such a cool blessing to be a part of a community of young adults who are going through very similar experiences. We don't smoke or drink or party, we dress modestly, and we don't use fowl language. I could not ask for a better crowd to call my friends. We plan activities each week that center around service and gaining new friendships.