Camille

Camille grew up all over the country. She calls Oklahoma and Wyoming her home places. She received her education at Ricks College and the University of Wyoming where she earned her BS in Mathematics. She currently lives in Castle Rock, CO.

Infertility: Sometimes it hurts to be a Mormon.

Jan 29, 14 Infertility: Sometimes it hurts to be a Mormon.

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As Mormons we are so focused on families. It’s really a kind of beautiful thing. Children are wonderful. Families are wonderful. However this purpose becomes so singular it doesn’t always leave room for any deviation from the ideal picture. As a woman motherhood is our purpose. It is our reason for existing. We come to...

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The District – Episode 3

Dec 26, 12 The District – Episode 3

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The District Number One Click here to watch episode 3 of The District Click here to listen to the Mormon Expositor podcast’s review of this episode.   This episode seemed somehow shorter than the others. Or maybe it just didn’t push any buttons for me? We learn a little more about Elder Moreno and his choice to...

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BYU TV – The District: Episode II

Dec 11, 12 BYU TV – The District:   Episode II

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  The District Brothers and Sisters A few missionaries struggle to find someone to teach. The Sisters try to help a family decide on baptism, but when tragedy strikes at home, Sister Voyles has to decide if she should stay or go home. Click here to watch episode II of The District Click here to listen to the Mormon Expositor...

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The District, Episode 1: A Review

Nov 21, 12 The District, Episode 1: A Review

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The District – Episode 1 In the great tradition of Utah-Mormonism seeing something successful and then ripping off the idea (insert Mod-bod clothing, trampoline fun-houses, etc), we at rationalfaiths.com  have decided to mimic The Mormon Expositor podcast’s weekly review of BYU Tv’s “The District”.   ...

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