Caleb Dean serves as Fuzion’s instructor for Sign Language for Worship Arts. Since the age of 14, he has had numerous opportunities to minister to the Lord and to the body of Christ through this beautiful and unique expression of worship and creativity. His motivations for his classes at Fuzion are to impart a heart of worship to his students, as well as to give them a growing tool belt of signs to expand their ability, confidence, and creativity in utilizing sign language as a means of worshiping the Lord and encouraging and ministering to their church congregations. Please note that Caleb is not trained to teach ASL for communication with the hard of hearing, his classes equip students for creative ministry only.
Caleb also enjoys releasing his creativity through music, dance, and theatre. He serves on the worship team at his church, Heritage Fellowship, is a Contemporary dance student at Fuzion School of the Arts, and recently became involved with Jefferson City’s Legacy Theatre.
When not engaging with the arts, Caleb works as an administrator at Carson-Newman University, where he is also an Applied Psychology graduate and current Master of Divinity student.
Caleb would like for the community to know that if you have any interest in expressive worship or creative movement, but are not sure where to start, consider worship sign language! It has been an immense blessing in his own life and has served as a means to bless the Lord and others, while honing and developing creative expression.