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Hi I'm Kameron Searle

I love music, movies, working with kids, and preparing to be a husband and father, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a wannabe in everything--I attend Dixie State University in St. George. I'm currently serving a full time mission in Raleigh, North Carolina, and plan on continuing school after. My other interests include guitars, funny, scary, or unique films, poker with friends and family (not with money on the line, of course), dating, and trying new things, whether it be traveling, new food, new sport or hobby, etc.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I know that the LDS church, through modern revelation, has the fullness of Christ's gospel. His gospel allows me to live the happiest life I can and be the best person I can be, and the LDS church allows me to take full advantage of the gospel and have an eternal family because of the restoration of God's authority and priesthood power unto the church. I came to know the truth about both Christ's gospel and the LDS church by reading the Book of Mormon and New Testament, along with sincere prayer and church attendance. I see the blessings of inviting God into my life everyday, and I love Him. I also know that Christ established the LDS church through modern prophets so that each of us can be an instrument in his hands as a strong, unified people to help each other come closer to God than any one of us could on our own, and invite others around the world to receive the blessings of His gospel. I'm a Mormon not because Christ and his church has answered ALL of my life questions and solved ALL of my problems, but because I receive more than enough knowledge, guidance, and blessings through him and his church to have the faith to devote myself to Him and his purpose through the LDS church.

How I live my faith

I love scriptures, and make prayer a consistent habit. For me though, it's more about making conscious effort to live like Christ. There's always a weakness to be working on, and once you improve it, another weakness will arise.