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Hailey Summer Galloway
  • 22, Female
  • Gillette, NJ
  • United States
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  • Omar Richards
  • Braden R. Huggins
  • Matt Snipes
  • Orlando Izaguirre
  • Gavra
  • Danielle Pajak
  • Nathaniel long
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  • Martin Romero
  • Andre Parker

Hailey Summer Galloway's Discussions

Art can Be a Ministry

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jotham David Parker Jun 13, 2014. 3 Replies

New idea of the day:using art as a catalyst for those in poverty across the world. Kids who grow up in the slums of India or the Philippines or countless other countries have next to no chance to get…Continue

Okay, I know this isn't comics, but...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joey Halbert Aug 5, 2014. 8 Replies

Okay, this has seriously been on my heart lately. Has anyone ever thought about the gamer community? Okay, I was never a legit gamer in the area of combat-like mmorpgs or anything, but...I was quite…Continue

Looking for an artist to create a graphic novel!

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Rivera Mar 13, 2016. 7 Replies

Okay, so my friend, Tristen Wayne Evans, has a novel published that he would like to also be converted into a graphic novel. It's called the resistance: carter :book 1.Here's a link:…Continue

Some Thoughts From the Philippines for Christians Artists

Started this discussion. Last reply by Afiya (Blyu-Dono) Jan 29, 2014. 6 Replies

Haha, hello again everybody. No, I still need to catch up in school, but I thought it'd be cool to share with you guys a experience I had with perhaps not my most skilled drawings, but very likely my…Continue

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YWAM Orlando in Montverde, Florida
Area(s) of Interest or Expertise:
I am a talented networker and public speaker, but still progressing in my passions as a writer, and cartoonist. Ultimately, a lover of Marvel Superheroes, Star Wars, Star Trek, TMNT, and graphic novels and comic books in general who wants to change the world through individuals by calling them up into their God-given identities, and teaching them how to work together in unity as individuals, rather than conformity to Christianese clones.
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
My priorities in life are: Freedom, independence, creativity, and fun. Now, how's that's all achieved can come down to deeper things such as wisdom, intelligence, and compassion, but...that's a whole 'nother story. XD

Either way, hey. My legitimate goals: I want to make art to make art. And I mean that metaphorically. Are you confused yet? ;)

We're all masterpieces, breathtaking expressions of the master artist. Judging art is stupid. It stands on it's own, as the expression of the individual. The thing is, it wont all be brought to completion until we're all up in heaven. In the meantime, though...creation reflects it's creator. And we should let the artist continue to create well as allow him to work through us as his vessels to bring His other art pieces to completion.

It's working together in our individuality that creates the reality of unity that changes the world. It's in our differing strengths, weaknesses, and even preferences that we create the body of Christ. We are all different parts from different cultures, backgrounds, and experiences, but beautiful art pieces communicating God's glory. It's when we work together, rather than judge one another to conform to each other, that we become what God has made us to be, and bring the masterpiece to completion.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)

An organization that creates art to create art. And I mean that metaphorically. Are you confused yet? XD

Sequential Artist
Graphic Designer
Public Speaker
Favorite Comic Creators:
Jimmy Gownley - Amelia Rules and The Dumbest Idea Ever
Stan Lee - Spider-man, Daredevil, and The X-Men
Tom DeFalco - Spider-girl
Bill Watterson - Calvin and Hobbes
Charles Schultz - Peanut
Ted Naifeh - Polly and the Pirates
Jim Davis - Garfield

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Christian Geek Community

Posted on April 30, 2014 at 3:16pm 1 Comment

Hey there! Listen, I just found this really amazing Christian geek community of sorts, and it's so cool!! Just thought I'd key you guys in. I'm still learning about it myself, but if you guys want to look into it, their website is They also have an awesome Facebook group called the tavern, as well as a podcast. Anyway, if anyone's interested, this is really cool so...just thought you'd like to know about it! :)

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At 3:29am on December 12, 2015, Justin Tigerson said…

Thank you sister. although I'm commenting back for late for years.

Sorry I didn't open this account for many years.

I'm sharpening my skills so far.

In few days you may checkout my new art works.

Right now I'm looking for an Internship/On-the-Job Training for Digital Arts. So yeah, kinda busy but still kicking hahaXD Thanks sis ^_^

At 6:14am on April 1, 2015, Eric Jansen said…

Hey, I just realized--you're Pastor Juan's daughter, aren't you?  You guys use(d?) the comics I made for Foursquare Missions Press a lot in your street ministry!  When I worked for FMP, I used to get your Dad's newsletters regularly--I've sort of "known" you for years!  Even though I don't work there anymore, I'm still friends with FMP and they are printing a new comic I did called "Hooked"--your Dad will probably be getting thousands of copies in a couple of weeks!

Not sure if you will get this note anytime soon--I haven't visited this site in months (I tend not to visit unless there's a notification in my email box) and maybe you haven't either.

Anyhow, when I realized who you are, I  just wanted to say Hi again!  Keep up the good work with the street ministry, YWAM, and whatever else you're doing!  God bless.

At 6:20pm on March 20, 2015, H.M. Daff said…

Thanks for checking out my art. I haven't been on here in years because this place is so dead. There is so very few artists here...and even less manga style art. I thought it would have grown. I wish it would change or something.

At 11:13am on August 4, 2014, Orlando Izaguirre said…


God bless you! =)

At 11:03am on August 3, 2014, Henry Chmielefski said…

I may not be the fastest but I get there eventually. Thanks for the friend's request!

At 2:09am on July 23, 2014, Michael Combrink said…


At 6:21pm on July 6, 2014, Omar Richards said…

Pretty generic it seems but Hey... and Thanks for the welcome!! 

At 2:31pm on July 6, 2014, Matt Snipes said…

Thanks for the welcome! I love your art-style!

At 7:47am on June 25, 2014, Eddie Medina said…

Hi Hailey! Thank you for the kind words! I'm sorry I have not responded before now but I've been off of these forums for the past year due to my schedule. Yep, I'm a pretty huge Star Wars fan. Actually I do a Star Wars radio program out of Dallas, TX every other Sunday on the Deep Ellum Station. LOL. It's called the Rantcor Pit and it's archived on Dailymotion (the live videocast) and (pre-recorded podcast). So yep, I'm a big Star Wars nerd.  ;)  It's good to meet you too.  -Ed

At 4:54pm on June 21, 2014, Gavra said…

Aw, Thanks so much Hailey, and thank you for the welcome!


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