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Hi I'm Cameron Cuvelier

I'm a native Californian. I play soccer. I'm currently serving a two-year mission in Lima, Peru. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in California and have played soccer all my life. I have played high school and club soccer in California and played in college at Brigham Young University, where I am now a sophomore. I am studying business and hope to decide soon what I will specifically major in. I am a huge sports fanatic and enjoy playing and watching most sports. Among my favorite teams are the Los Angeles Lakers and Dodgers, and the Chicago Bears. I have 3 little brothers all of whom share my passion for sports. My father also played soccer in college at BYU and my mom also attended BYU. I am an Eagle Scout and love spending time with friends and family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church and being Mormon has always been part of my life. Growing up I never really questioned why I was a member and in a way, lived off my parents testimony. As I have matured, I realized that I needed to know for myself that the things of this church are true and develop my own testimony. I have read the Book of Mormon and I know that it is true. I have prayed to know of the truthfulness of Christ's Gospel and received answers. I have felt the Holy Ghost confirm to me that this is the true church. I feel great comfort in being a Mormon and of the sense of worth I have gained from learning about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I hope I have many opportunities to share the joy I have gained from the Gospel with many others while on my mission, and cannot wait to do so!

How I live my faith

I grew up being one of the few Mormon's in my town, so it was difficult to find people who shared my beliefs and standards. I would often try to participate in youth groups at my church despite small numbers, and sometimes invited friends not of my faith to come along. I have always been very open with my faith and excited to talk with others about it. I am going to serve a two year LDS mission in Peru and I am looking forward to the prospect of discussing faith with others and providing service to those in need.