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Hi I'm Caleb

I'm from Spanish Fork Utah, I play lacrosse, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been playing lacrosse all my life. I love to be active and spend time outdoors or with my friends. I pretty much grew up hiking in Zion National Park. I can't get enough of it. I work on my uncle's ranch in southern Utah every summer, and love working hard. I have been a Mormon my whole life and am about to serve a mission in Puerto Rico.

Why I am a Mormon

Both of my parents are Mormon. I am a Mormon because I have seen the blessings of being faithful in my Parent's lives. My mother is a convert, and her whole family is in a very rough spot. She moved out of that environment and is happy now because she has lived the standards of the church. I love my mom. I know that she wouldn't be in such a good place right now if she hadn't accepted the gospel. I strive to live and present myself according to the church's guidelines. I know that Jesus Christ lives, and I show my faith in Him by following even the small principles of the gospel. I'm a Mormon because I love Him, and know that this is his true church.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by fulfilling my church callings and serving others. As a youth group in our church, my friends and I serve members and non-members in our area. We do yard work for many people, visit elderly individuals in need of comfort, walk other people's dogs, pretty much anything they need. I love to serve. I find that serving is the best way to love someone. Serving someone shows them you are willing to sacrifice your own time for their benefit. In the same principle, I show my Savior my love by serving Him. I go to church every Sunday to worship and learn about Him, I am going on a full time mission to bring others unto Him, and I show diligence in reading the scriptures and praying to Him. I live my faith by loving my faith