If The Avengers Were Mormon

by | Nov. 11, 2017


What might the world look like if The Avengers were actually Mormon? Here are just a few possible scenarios you might run into:

Captain America would be the Elders Quorum president who has his home teaching and PPIs done and is asking everyone to report on theirs by the third of the month.

Iron Man would be the home teacher to drop by unannounced the last day of the month with store-bought cookies in an already opened container.

Dr. Strange would be that guy in Sunday School who drops some profoundly deep doctrine about the nature of God and eternity that changes everybody's lives and how they think about themselves.

Hulk would be the guy to make the referees cry and who fouls out the first quarter of ward basketball.

Black Widow would be the Relief Society president with the most epic conversion story who understands all the sisters' struggles and questions perfectly because she's been there.

Vision would be the guy who you rarely hear speak in your ward, but when he gets to the pulpit to bear his testimony, he makes everybody in the room weep from the overload of the Spirit.

Thor would be the person who sings louder than anyone else in the congregation or ward choir combined. Plus he'd be known for putting folding chairs away 10 at a time.

Spider-Man would be the priest in your ward who wants every mutual activity to be priests and laurels combined.

Hawkeye would be the ward clerk who would make sure tithing settlement was wrapped up by November first and gets up five times during sacrament meeting to make sure he counted everyone in attendance accurately. 

Ant-Man would be the guy who forgets he's giving a sacrament talk until he sees his name on the program and wings it, telling jokes for the first six minutes of an eight-minute talk.

Valkyrie would be the tough-love Young Women girls camp leader who takes all the girls on a 13-mile overnight hike and expects them to learn to survive with nothing more than a poncho and pocket knife.

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