(Source: Mormon Buzzz; By: Stephanie Pack)
Spray paint isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of missionaries. In fact, art has never played a huge role in traditional missionary work, but all of that is changing in part of the hastening the work of salvation. Missions all across the world are now trying to hone in on the individual talents of each missionary and are striving to creatively use those talents to move the work along. This includes music, dancing, photography and yes, even spray paint. I had the pleasure of meeting a young RM who had some very unique service opportunities while on his mission.
Tanner Stephenson is a Utah native who has loved art ever since he was young. When all the other kids wanted to be vets and policemen, Tanner wanted to be an artist when he grew up. His favorite medium is oil paint, however, he admits himself that he is best with spray paint.
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