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Hi I'm Caleb

I am a psychology professor, father of 2, and lover of animals. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband to my beautiful wife and father to two wonderful boys and two fluffy havanese dogs. I am the second oldest of 5 children, grew up in northern California, went to college in Utah and Ohio, and earned a PhD in I/O Psychology. I served a mission in Chile, and still harbor a soft spot for the culture, people, and food I experienced there. I am an avid reader, love sci-fi and fantasy, playing video games, and just playing with my wife, boys, and dogs. I am also an avid baseball and football fan.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into an active LDS family, but went through much turmoil and upheaval in my youth. My parents separated when I was a teenager, and it was really hard on my siblings and me. I am a Mormon because during that difficult time of my life, I received a personal witness of the truth of the Book of Mormon, which is an account of the visit of Jesus Christ to the american continent after his death and resurrection, and contains the fullness of his gospel. This truth anchored me through my mission, my schooling, and many other challenges that I faced during my adolescence and adulthood. I am a Mormon because I know that Jesus Christ is the son of God, our older brother, and he knows the way that we can all return and live with him and with our families after we complete our time here on earth.

How I live my faith

We just moved to a new area, and we are really excited to meet new friends and help out however we can at our church. I have previously been a Sunday School teacher and been in charge of teaching and looking out for the adult male members in our local church unit. I also love visiting the families that are under my care in our local unit, and talking with them about their goals, dreams, and life challenges.