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Hi I'm Brandon W.

I'm an anime loving Manga artist from Wyoming and I'm a Mormon

About Me

Hey ho! My name is Brandon. I'm a mormon. I'm an artist who enjoys drawing comic books and dreams to some day be a Manga Artist. I love to do just about anything geek related. From Video Games (anything from Mario to Halo) to watching anime (DragonBall, Naruto, and One Piece to name an elite few), playing collectible card games (Yu-gi-oh's my favorite) the list goes on. I also enjoy music and can play Piano and string bass. I love drawing and seeing art other people draw especially anime and manga style art. I'm a bit (well, more then a bit I'm very) happy go lucky and am very easy going making it pretty easy for me to get along well with a huge array of different people.

Why I am a Mormon

I've been a member of the church my whole life. My parents raised me in it and in time, I came to find out for myself that it was true. I was truly converted as I studied the lives of early christians like Peter and Paul, and early Latter Day Saints, like Joseph Smith and Parley P. Pratt. I know that this is the true church of Jesus Christ restored in the latter days by Joseph Smith and I am so grateful that through the Atonement of Jesus Christ, we can be saved and return to our Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

For the last two years I've been serving in missionary work for my church, teaching doctrine and drawing others to have faith in Christ. Now as my missionary service draws to a close, I'm uncertain but optimistic about the future and I'm grateful that I have my faith to help me through.

Are Mormons Christians?

Brandon W.
Yes, Mormons are Christians. We believe in Jesus Christ. That he was born of the Virgin Mary. That he lived a sinless life. That he atoned for all sinners. That he died on the cross, and that he rose again on the third day and that he lives today. Show more Show less