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Hi I'm Kameron Abilla

I've lived all over the United States, I'm the oldest of nine children, I self published a novel. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to write and I love to travel. With my dad's job, my family and I have moved quite frequently and each time we move and we get to know other people I'm so amazed at what great people there are in this world. I recently self-published my first novel, and I continue to write. I am a high school student trying to figure out what I want to do in the upcoming new season of my young adult life. I'm interested in business-specifically entrepreneurship and I'm also interested in anthropology. I love to serve others and do humanitarian work. I feel so incredibly blessed to have a loving family and to have the knowledge I have that God is there and that He loves me. I always think to myself that with what great blessings have come upon me in my life, I must have a lot of work to do for Him.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe in Jesus Christ and I believe in God's plan for us all-His children-to return to Him again. I know that I am a child of God. I know that He loves me and that He loves me enough to have sent His Son to live and then to die on the cross, for me. I know that Christ's atonement was for all the world, everyone who will ever live so we could all repent. But I've also come to understand that His atonement was made for me individually. My greatest joy comes from knowing whose I am and obeying the commandments of God. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints helps me live a life where I can know my standing with my God. This church I believe is the true church of Jesus Christ, complete with continuing revelation from a chosen Prophet of God and complete with the Priesthood and the Book of Mormon. There are endless reasons why I am a Mormon, and what I've written does not express for a moment all that I feel. But in the end, I am a Mormon because I've felt for myself that it is true and I truly believe it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to let my love of God and my happiness show. I enjoy sharing things about The Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saints with others. I also live my faith by continually trying to find ways to serve others at school, at home, in the neighborhood. I serve as a youth leader over other girls my age in my local congregation and I feel blessed with responsibility to be a reliable friend. I am preparing to serve an eighteen month mission to share the good message of Jesus Christ and His Church with others. I'm so excited to live a life of service and a life of always improving and trying to become more like my Savior, Jesus Christ.