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Hi I'm Cameron Keir

I grew up in Scotland. I recently received a mission call to Málaga, Spain and I leave on the 25th of July 2017. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in England but moved to Scotland when I was 18 months old. I enjoy any sport, particularly football and recently had the opportunity to play at the national stadium. I enjoy music and play the piano and clarinet. I recently graduated from Eastwood High School. I am a triplet and one of five boys in my family, me being the middle child. I recently received a mission call to the Málaga, Spain mission, and my triplet brothers have been called to the Lyon, France mission and the Alpine, German speaking mission. None of us speak any other language than English, so it's going to be interesting. But I am excited to represent the Lord and bring the joy the gospel brings to my life and share it with others.

Why I am a Mormon

I was brought up in the church being a Mormon. In a way I feel this is a disadvantage because I have always been surrounded by the spirit and those who go to the same church, live the same lives and have the same standards as me. And feel that as a result I am not able to identify or feel the spirit in as much depth as non-members or those who feel the spirit for the first time. Although this may be a problem to some, I feel that it has increased my faith and made me want to feel the spirit more and really test God. I haven't had any big revelations in my short life but I do know that this church is true, that it was restored through the prophet Joseph smith and that we get modern day revelation today through our living prophet Thomas.S.Monson. I know that the Book Of Mormon is the word of God and the most correct book on this earth today, I have truly felt the spirit that it brings and the peace and comfort you can feel from studying it. I love my saviour Jesus Christ and am eternally grateful for his Atonement and the sacrifice he made for me and you.

How I live my faith

I am the first assistant in the priests quorum in my ward, which basically means I look after all the other priests (16-18 year old young men) in our ward. I get to organise who blesses the sacrament which is really special to me as the sacrament is one of the most important ordinances in our church, I feel humbled and honoured to be able to do this. I would say I live my faith by simply serving and being an example to others, I try my best to stay worthy and be able to fulfill the duties I have.