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Hi I'm Kaleb Pulsipher

I'm a full time student, I love running, I eat PB&J every day and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a junior in college studying health science. I want to eventually become an occupational therapist, but I think my main goal in life is just to make the world a better place! Some of my hobbies are running, playing with friends, and just being in nature! I love biking, hiking, and swimming. I also like spending time with those I love, especially my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I love this Church and this Gospel! I was raised in this Church and it has blessed me in so many ways. It has helped me to have a happy life and be at peace with who I am. It has helped me see that I am a child of God. I am so grateful to know that my family and I can be together forever. About a year ago my older brother passed away and this Gospel has given our family so much hope! We grew closer together as we felt the Holy Spirit comfort us and help us realize that through our savior Jesus Christ we can be reunited again.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving as the assistant to the Bishop over our congregation. I am also over a few people in our congregation, that I get to visit every month and help them with whatever they need. I love serving and helping people. I have been a part of this Church in several different areas of the United States, and in each one I feel like it is a family. We give each other the support that we need.

What is the Mormon lifestyle like? How do Mormons live?

Kaleb Pulsipher
In my experience Mormons generally live happier and healthier lives. We still have trials and difficulties and things don't always go the way we wish they would, but our faith in Jesus Christ helps us to live life full of hope, and love. Family is also very important to Mormons, because we know that we can live with our families forever, even after this life. Show more Show less