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Hi I'm Savannah

I grew up in American Fork Utah. I am a manga artist and an aspiring author, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I like to go by Savy, I love drawing and writing. I love music, especially rock and soundtracks! My favorite color is red and I to sum me up I am a nerd. I love things like the Elder Scrolls (Skyrim), Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, and Anime. I am a manga artist and have been for seven years now. I really like different kind of foods, and I love different cultures, especially Japanese, Indian, and parts of Islam. I enjoy learning about other faiths for I believe there a small pieces of truth in all other religions.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I full heartily believe and know that Jesus is the Christ. He atoned for our sins. Heavenly Father loves each and everyone of us and desires us to have joy in this life and the next. The Gospel gives me pure joy and peace in my everyday life. Living the principles of the Gospel and the Commandments of God allows me to live life happily, because I know that what I'm doing is right. I am ever grateful to have been born into such a faith that inspires service and the joy there in.

How I live my faith

I had a few callings in the church as a youth but now my calling is to be a missionary. Other than callings I also try to live up to the standards of the church and follow in Christ's steps to be kind and accepting of others around me.

Why is it important for us to take care of our bodies? Why are our bodies called temples of God in the Bible?

Savannah
Taking care of our bodies not only help us physically but mentally and spiritually. When your body is burdened with harmful substances it effects our self esteem. We refer to our bodies as temples because they are gifts from God and we have a desire to treat them with utmost respect as we would with our actual temples. Show more Show less