Writing, Drawing, Inking, Coloring, Producing, Collaborating, moving the Kingdom forward to the Glory of God
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
As long as I can remember, and before, God has been my Lord. Along the way, I've had trials and tribulations. I used to scoff my salvation as I didn't have a "come-to-Jesus" testimony, but I've since come to appreciate the work God has done in me. I am a straight forward kind of guy and don't take kindly to seeing sin in the church, and that tends to get me in trouble with church leadership, but the truth is, if we aren't pushing one another to be better, but use are we? We should shy away from indictments of luke-warmedness. I've been involved with music and the arts my entire life. Nothing seems to have coalesced into anything I can use to support my family, but I keep on keeping on.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
producing comics that are geared toward bringing back true depicting of good vs evil with strong morals as well as Bible stories that are packed with Scripture/Theology and fun to read (I guess that's every Christian Comic maker's dream). I really like the production side of things, but I think I am better at project management and producing than the daily grind of pumping out art and scripts.
Favorite Comic Creators:
joe madureira, Nate Simpson, Sean Gordon Murphy, Stan Lee.
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