Who is Caleb Magnino?

Christ Follower, husband, father, student and practitioner of leadership, ENTP (friends call me “the visionary”), strategic thinker, innovator, photographer, creative artist, lifelong learner, dreamer of the day, lover of all things creative and the arts, seeker of social justice, coffee snob (both self-proclaimed and confirmed by others), and hopefully delusional world changer.

“I have one goal…to change the world or die trying.

To change the world, I must love the world.”

Why do I do what I do?

I believe that the Gospel of Christ as it is both proclaimed and demonstrated has the power to bring true transformational change to a hurting world. His Church and those who passionately pursue Him are the conduits through which hope is distributed to our world. This is our integral mission: to both proclaim and demonstrate the goodness and power of the Gospel.

Personally, I am a catalytic change agent. My gifts and talents combine to unleash the gifts and talents of others, activating them to be the change they want to see in their world. I know that there is a story, a unique narrative, that needs to be told, a world full of art and expression that needs to be created, and a future that needs to be shaped…by the Church, the Bride of Christ and all who compose her.

One thing I am sure of is this: no matter who you are, where you live, what you do, what language you speak…beyond the scope of your race or ethnicity or what social-economic strata you might belong to, you too are in search of hope. I, and others who I will lead along the journey, seek to communicate that hope, that beauty, that call to action that will indeed change the world in ways that generations have never thought possible.



Christ follower . husband . father . strategic leader . ENTP . humanitarian . collaborator . creative . writer . photographer . lover of people . dreamer of the day . seeker of justice . coffee snob

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