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Hi I'm Kaleb Smith

I grew up in Spanish Fork, Utah. I'm the oldest of four children. I'm excited to serve as a missionary in Korea. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am an 18 year old boy that has recently graduated High School. Following my graduation I have been preparing to serve a mission, and to leave for Korea to preach the gospel. After I return from my mission I will attend college at Brigham Young University. I enjoy playing and watching all sports. I love the sport of wrestling and have enjoyed being a varsity captain on my high school team. I enjoy spending time with my family, especially in the outdoors. I love riding motorcycles, off-roading, rappelling, hiking, camping, and almost anything exciting that can be done outside. I also have a deep appreciation for music. I love to write, listen to, and play all types of music. I have played the piano for several years, and enjoy picking up all types of instruments. The guitar has become a constant companion of mine during my high school years. I can't wait to now leave behind my life and home, and devote my time to the Lord as I serve an LDS mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I am lucky to have been raised in the church my entire life. I've grown up to grasp many of the concepts taught by our church. I have a clear understanding of this gospel and know that it is true. I have seen the blessings of the gospel in my life and in the lives around me. I continue to learn more as I grow older, and can't wait to teach the gospel to others as I serve my mission.

How I live my faith

I have grown up as a member of the Mormon Church. Throughout my life I have devoted a lot of my time to the church. I have served in many callings during my time in the Young Men's program. I also have had the opportunity to serve on the Stake Youth Conference planning committee. I attended seminary during all four years of high school, and was called to be the Seminary Student Council President my senior year. This was an incredible opportunity for me, and I was grateful for the service and leadership I was able to give.