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Hi I'm Ben Calder

I was born and raised in Utah. I love sports and played Rugby. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to be active and I love sports. I love enjoying the outdoors through hiking, camping, and fishing. I love being with my family and participating in activities. I also love to read history books and learn more about the predecessing times. I also like to take interest in the political doings of the world.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I wish to be and become a better person. I know it is through this church, the full gospel of Christ, that I am able to do so. Also I wish to strive to be with my family for all time and eternity and know that I can have this by following God's commandments and receiving this covenant in his Holy Temple.

How I live my faith

I love to attend church and participate in the manny meetings we have there. My callings in the church have been a ward service co-chair and a assistant cub master. As service co-chair I had the wonderful opportunity to plan and carry out activities in which members of our ward could serve each other as well as serve those who are not members whom we know. I loved this opportunity to go out and follow Christ's example by serving and loving my fellow neighbors and friends. I also really loved serving as assistant cub master. As assistant cub master I had the marvelous opportunity to work with young boys in a youth scouting program prior to joining the Boy Scouts of America. As an Eagle Scout I enjoyed the opportunity to serve as an example and leader in teaching the boys in what it means to become a Boy Scout. Most important though, is that I love to follow Christ. Each and every day I strive to follow his example and to live his teachings. While I will slip up at times I know Christ and our Father in Heaven are merciful and will forgive me through my own repentance drawing upon the Atonement of Jesus Christ.