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Hi I'm Caleb

I grew up in Alaska. I live in Cali. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

About me, well right now I am serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and it is awesome. It is a great chance to share what I believe and live. After my mission is over I will be going back to college. I will be studying business. I have a fond passion for cars and it is probably my mane hobby. Music is another big thing; I sing and dabble in playing some instruments. For relaxation, there is nothing more relaxing then being out side, I love to camp and do just about anything outdoors. I come from a split family. Giving me the chance to have lots of family! I have 8 siblings. They are the best. I have also lived in Alaska, Indiana, and Utah letting me see America in a very neat way.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon for happiness. I have come to know that this is Gods true church and this brings a lot of happiness. A lot about being a Mormon has done the same. We believe in a prophet today that has the power to show us the pathway to lasting happiness. Joseph Smith was the prophet that brought back the same church that Christ formed well he was on the Earth. I know this happened, because god loves us. God also gave us more guidance and a way for solace in the Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon is how I know that this is God’s church. I read it and I’m not a big fan of reading. I feel the sprit when I read it and that is one of the big things that keep me a Mormon. It brings me close to Christ.

How I live my faith

Well I’m serving a volunteer mission for the church. I say that is the biggest thing I’m doing right now to live what I know to be true and that’s by searing it. I also live it by going to church every week. To me this is a big part of living my faith. Service is another way. Helping others is important to me. There is a song we sometimes sing in the church that has this line “have I done any good in the world today? have i helped anyone in need?”.