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Hi I'm Caleb

I'm a singer, hockey player, and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I'm a student at BYU while I await my opportunity to serve as a missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Santiago, Chile later this year! I've been involved in many things from scouting, to hockey, to tae kwon do, to plays, to piano and to singing. I love sports, I love music, there's not much I don't like! While my immediate family lives in the states, most everyone still lives in Chile, where my grandpa emigrated from over 40 years ago. I can't wait to learn about my family, heritage, and culture as I head out for the best two years of my life!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon for the hope that it gives me. There are so many influences in the world that pull and tug at us, grasping for our attention and time only to leave us unfilled and unsatisfied. Being a Mormon gives me perspective on where I've been, why I'm here, and where I'm going. No where on earth can you find such a loving community that will help you grow your relationship with your Heavenly Father. We are all his literal spirit sons and daughters, and as our beloved brother, even Jesus Christ, has atoned for any wrong we have ever done, we can return to live with him and our families for ever as we humble ourselves before him and come unto him.

How I live my faith

I just try to be an example to everyone in my community! With so much negativity in the world, I try to bring some happiness and enthusiasm in whatever I do. I have a lot of things to work on, but I try everyday to be just a little bit better. That's what this life is all about, right? I'm kept pretty busy with my volunteer position at the church by being the main secretary for the ecclesiastical leader (Bishop) of my congregation (Ward), but I love it. Serving others, whether it be my Bishop, family, or friends, is how I live my faith.