Pennsylvania Mormon Moment: Defending the faith

When you grow up Mormon, you get used to keeping the Sabbath, dressing conservatively, spending time with your family, and disabusing non-Mormons of the notions they hold about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

"The biggest thing that I try to explain is that we're very normal," said Amber Campbell, who resides with her husband, Alan, another lifelong Mormon, and their two young sons, in West Hempfield Township. "We live very normal lives."

And Mormon values, she said, are much the same as those held by traditional Christians: "We believe in being good and kind and doing unto others as you would have them do unto you, and following Christ's example."

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