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Hi I'm Cameron

Electrician by day, programmer by night. I love clean hip hop music, eating with chopsticks, and meeting new people. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Ever since I was a young boy my parents instilled in me a desire to learn. I have always wanted to understand the world around me and how I can contribute. This passion for learning has always guided me. I recently graduated from college with a bachelor's degree in marketing with a minor in computer science. I love programming, and love how it changes the world we live in. After working as a web developer for several months, I decided to do something a little bit crazy-I went to become an electrician. I'm very happy that I did. I continue to program at night, but working as an electrician is just adding to my knowledge of the world around me and how I can contribute to it. I'm a big dreamer, and my hope is to one day be able to use my electrical, marketing, and computer skills to start a non-profit building energy infrastructure in developing countries. I hope that I can make a difference in the world, and I love meeting new people and hearing about their hopes and dreams. I feel that we all really want to make the world a better place. When I'm not getting serious about making my dreams come true, I am learning to cook, or listening to clean hip hop music. I'm a HUGE Master Chef Junior and Chopped fan. Seeing talented cooks makes me excited! I also love finding hip hop groups with sincere, honest, clean lyrics. It can be such a rarity at times, but I feel like I have struck gold when I find a group I like.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I find a true serenity in the teachings of the gospel that I have been unable to find anywhere else. I was raised a member of the Church, and started to question my beliefs for myself for the first time when I was about 12-years old. I began a process of prayer, and reading the scriptures. As I have continued this process of questioning, saying a prayer, and studying my scriptures throughout my life I have felt repeatedly that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is Christ's church restored to the earth today. Living my faith has not always been easy. While many of my peers served missions at the age of 18-19 years old, I struggled with addictive behaviors that kept me from serving a mission. As I have sought to correct those behaviors with the power given to me through my Savior Jesus Christ, I have received miracles into my life. After years of struggling I will have the opportunity to serve as a missionary in June of this year. This miracle has only come about through the daily reprieve granted me by my God. I can never thank him enough for the atonement performed by his son Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

In my congregation I have been asked to reach out to members in our geographical area who haven't attended church recently. It's always sad to not see someone you know for awhile, and these people are often struggling with personal spiritual questions. So I do my best to emulate my Savior Jesus Christ and let them know that I love them. I also try to help find people that aren't members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in our area and come to know them better. I believe that my life has been changed by my belief in my Savior Jesus Christ, and want to invite others to come to know him as well. Additionally, I live my faith by trying to be an example of Christ in both my word and deed. I have chosen to live free of alcohol, recreational drugs, pornography, lies, and vulgar language because I feel it shows my love for my Savior Jesus Christ. When I am living free of these things, his power is able to enter into my life, and guide me. I truly feel love for the Savior when I try to follow his commandments.