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Hi I'm Caleb

Born in the mountains of Montana. I do work in custom home building and run my own business in video and photography.

About Me

Living in several states throughout the United States I have had the great fortune of knowing many people from many different backgrounds. While in Oregon I became well inept in sports ranging from x-country/track to swimming. In California I had the great fortune of studying Martial Arts, Piloting gliders and small engine craft. While there I found a great interest in the field of art. I studied video production, newspaper production, theater and acting. Later I would continue my art education in Tennessee in Graphic Art and Design. I have a great love for the outdoors. An interest embolden in me by my father and grandfather who were both Eagle Scouts. Fortunately I was able to be a scoutmaster for a small troop and was able to continue kindling my love for the outdoors while sharing the love of the outdoors to some great young men. When my life requirements subside momentarily I enjoy spending time writing creatively. I also enjoy studying history specifically military history. I've been very blessed with a wonderful and beautiful wife and two gorgeous children.

Why I am a Mormon

My father was converted to the gospel when he was twelve and my mother's parents converted to the gospel before she was born. Consequently I was born into a family that were members in the LDS Church. Though I may have been "born in the church" as some would say. I still had to be converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ. My conversion has come slowly as I have learned to live and maintain the covenants that I have taken with the Lord. There have been powerful moments that the spirit of the Lord have testified to me of the truth of the gospel. These moments in life have been my baptism, receiving a call and entering the missionary training center, taking my own personal endowments at the temple of the Lord, taking my wife to be sealed for time and all eternity. These are a few of the larger highlights of testimony builders. Though these experiences are powerful milestones in my life. The daily rigorous tasks taken everyday is the firm builder of my testimony. Daily scripture studies, personal prayers, sunday attendance to sacrament. These seemingly mundane tasks of everyday life is were I have learned the love and personal relationship I can have with my Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. I am in no way perfect and I fall short of what I should be doing in my life on this earthly realm. But that is why Jesus Christ came and atoned for our sins. I know that despite my shortcomings the Lord will help me strengthen myself to the point when I will one day be perfected in him. I pray that I will be able to better serve Him and dispel the bands of my own iniquities. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Is the restored gospel on the earth today. I bear solemn testimony that if you read and pray about the Book of Mormon, you will learn the truth of it. You will gain a testimony that Joseph Smith is a prophet of God. I know these things are true with every fiber of my being. This is the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I am currently fulfilling an assignment in the ward mission program. I have been tasked to work alongside our full-time missionaries and coordinate the work with these wonderful young men and women with the members of the ward. This calling gives me the opportunity to visit the homes of active members, non members and less active members. I get to see the wonderful changes that the spirit of God has on the souls of men and women. It is simply amazing to watch the growth and blessings to those who are trying to find their way in this life. To see them grow and gain a testimony of the gospel is simply a great treasure to behold. The work of the lord is truly a "marvelous work and a wonder". Previously I was a scoutmaster for the ward which was a great privilege to watch these boys turn to young men and see their love for God grow and their testimonies of the restored gospel. Many that I had in their freshmen year are turning in their mission papers or already out on full-time missions.