Caleb & Alexius Alldrin

Missionaries, Cru

Caleb and Alexius have been working with Cru in San Francisco since 2015.

As college students in SF, Caleb & Alexius had life-changing experiences of God’s love through community. Alexius began a relationship with Jesus during her freshman year when God used a roommate and a Cru staff member to pursue her. Caleb grew up in a Christian home, but it wasn’t until he transferred to school in SF that he was able to surrender and allow God to define his purpose and direct his decisions.

After graduating, Caleb and Alexius spent seven years at SF State with Cru’s campus ministry. In 2023, they moved to Berkeley where Caleb does campus ministry at UC Berkeley and also works on a Cru national team, creating web and mobile apps to help missionaries be more effective. Alexius works with Cru City, where she reaches out to Bay Area artists (specifically those in the fashion industry) with the intention of sharing God’s heart through art, community, and conversations about calling and purpose.

Caleb and Alexius hope to equip college students and young professionals to steward their lives toward bringing God’s kingdom to their communities. They are excited to use their love for tech, fashion, community, and discipleship to creatively share Jesus with others. To learn more about their ministry, please email them. And if you’d like to financially support them, you can do so here.

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