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Hi I'm Kaleb

I live in Collierville, TN, I'm a husband, a father of 4. I am a youth leader, a CPA and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy working in my yard, keeping fish aquariums and raising chickens! You'll find me snow skiing in the mountains and water skiing on the lake. I've been known to hike, bike and even do some rock climbing. I strive to be a disciple of Jesus Christ at home, at work, and at church. I am an active participant in his restored church and his work.

Why I am a Mormon

I was brought up in the church. As I got older, I had opportunities to live in different parts of the country and make friends with people of many other faiths.  It was eye opening for me to discuss and share beliefs with others. It amazed me how many Christian churches are in the world. The Holy Spirit had witnessed to me in my youth, and has since, that God, not man, leads this church, that the Book of Mormon and Bible are Holy and by studying and abiding by the gospel found in them, I grow closer to my Savior. It was through discussions with my friends of other faiths, that I fully began to appreciate the wonderful fullness of truth only found in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I am a Mormon because I want to know God, I believe he has a purpose me. I want to follow the path that he has shown us to follow to return and live with him again.

How I live my faith

I believe that the world is made better by people looking out for each other through kind deeds, selfless acts, and honesty. It is made a happy place when we following the Savior's admonition to "love one another". For me this starts in my home. Serving one-another is commended and meanness is not tolerated, the tone is set with how I treat my wife and children. Outside of my family I volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America and minister to other members of The Church in their homes.