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Hi I'm Cameron

I lived in Montana for the majority of my life. I worked on a farm and I play the piano. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to play the piano. I have been playing since I was 4 years old. When I first started to play I did not enjoy piano but as i have gotten better and better at the piano I have learned to love it more and more. I enjoy the outdoors and playing sports. I am serving a mission in Quito Ecuador in August 2016-2018.

Why I am a Mormon

I have grown up in the church. Ever since I was young My parents have taught me about the savior Jesus Christ and his role in my life and the church he has organized to help us throughout our journey in this life. I was not very strong in the gospel until I had my own experiences and my own moments in time where I have pondered and reflected the gospel and my many questions. As I read my scriptures, pray and ponder I realize the immense role and the many blessings I have had in my life from My heavenly father amd the questions I had previously asked were answered. I know that I am his child and that he loves each and every one of us. He is always there for us and is always willing to help us as we struggle to be like him in this life. I know that Jesus Christ is our savior and he atoned and died for everyone but even more importantly I know that he lives. He is always watching over us and is always extending a hand out to us and will never leave us to perish, especially in times of hardship. I know that he loves me and will always be there for me and anyone of his other brothers or sisters.

How I live my faith

I will be going to Ecuador as a full time missionary. I love to serve others and cannot think of a better way to do so than to serve full time for 2 years.

Why is self-reliance important to Mormons? Why do Mormons talk about emergency preparedness?

Self reliance is important to Mormons because you cannot help another until you have the skills and abilities to help yourself. Once you have the necessary skills and talents to depend on yourself you can focus more on the lord and his work for us to do as well as share the blessings with others that you meet or that may be struggling. Mormons talk about emergency preparedness because we believe in being helpful and kind to those in need and when you are prepared for an emergency you are not as worried about surviving the emergency and can be a blessing or even a miracle to another person who was not as prepared. Show more Show less