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Hi I'm Cameron

I'm a self-proclaimed muscian, chef, and movie critic, but most importantly, I'm a Mormon

About Me

I was born and raised in good ol' Provo Utah. I'm really big into sports and outdoor activities, especially hitting the Lake with my friends and Family. In my spare time, I like to pretend that I know what I'm doing in the kitchen and cook up some pheux-fine-dining. I just recently graduated high school and I am currently spending my time on the beaches of Oaxaca Mexico. When I return, I plan on hitting the books and studying. I'm still a bit torn as to which direction I will be taking my professional life, but I know if I do my part, the Lord will get me to the proper destination.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church, and for the most part of my youth I took that for granted. I had always been a good boy and did what I was told. However, sometime around the end of my sophmore year in high school, I really started to ask myself if I believed in the life I had been living. I asked myself what it really meant to be a Mormon and how converted I was. I would be lying if I said that I didn't have any doubts during that period of my life. I decided that I was either going to be committed to Christ or I wasn't, and I did the only thing I knew how to do--and that is to pray. I did exactly that. I immediately sat back up after I had finished my prayer and it was as if I had just received a shot of adrenaline. I had this feeling come over me as if someone were telling me, "Duh Cameron, you've had the truth right in front of you the whole time, why did it take you so long to ask about it?" Since that expirience, I've never looked back and I've never felt happier. Every aspect of my life just seemed to get a little bit brighter, a little bit happier, and a little bit more exciting. I can only attribute that to that faith that I finally put in my Savior.

How I live my faith

Right now, my current job is to walk the streets of Mexico and serve, in the best way I can, anyone who is in need of a bit of help. Anything from carrying groceries to somebody's house, to sharing words of comfort to the down-hearted. The most important thing, is that we actively strengthen eachother as individuals in a community family.

What do Mormons believe is the purpose of life?

Life is rough sometimes. It's easy to question how a Just God could possibly let such horrible things happen. To understand why, we need to realize the temporary and probational nature of this life. This life in which we live is an oppurtunity for us to gain a physical body, gain a bit of practical expirience, and to be tried and tested so we can learn and progress and become more God-like. Should we prove faithful in all the things that God has commanded us, we will then be able to enjoy the blessings of the eternities in the next world as families. In short, this life is for us to be tested. Show more Show less