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Hi I'm Nathan Bunch

I'm a musician, a developer, a teacher, and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I play 12 instruments and teach 4 of them. I have played for church quite a few times and love going to the local nursing home to play for them. I also play baseball and basketball and love staying fit and active.

Why I am a Mormon

My journey to this family started in late 2014, by two Brothers that are standing witness to my baptism today. Both separately helped answer questions in the very early days of my investigation into the church. These gentlemen have watched and seen me grow into the faith and have seen my testimony grow. As I was praying one day, about a year later, on October 14, 2015, I asked Heavenly Father to give me a sign on if I should become a Mormon. Later that day, while figuring Heavenly Father would answer my prayer in the coming days, I went to the gym. As walking down the stairs I noticed a lady with a name tag. Noting that it was not an employee tag I looked a little closer and right below her name it said “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints” I could not believe my eyes! I asked her some questions and exchanged phone numbers with her as we had a nice conversation about the church. I often refer to this day as the day I knew I was going to be baptized. Through the power of Heavenly Father, This missionary was put in my life. It is now one of my main goals to share the gospel with those who have not heard or learned it. If you are ever wondering if this is the true church, ask Heavenly Father yourself and he will show you the truth (Moroni 10:4).

How I live my faith

I am a member of the Priesthood Quorum and I play music a lot for my church. I use my Musical and teaching abilities to share and teach the Gospel any chance I get.

Who are the Mormons?

Nathan Bunch
"Mormon" is a nickname given to members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. This nickname is more common than the official name and the church is often referred to as "The Mormon Church" by non-members. The word Mormon comes from the Book of Mormon, which we believe to be a third testament to Jesus Christ, notating his journeys, as well as those prophets of old, to the ancient Americas. This was originally slang against early members of the church, meant to not only shame the members, but also the new book that they held as word of God. You may hear members refer to themselves as "LDS" as well as Mormon, as LDS stands for "Latter-Day Saint". Show more Show less