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Hi I'm Faigame

I am a daughter of God. O a'u o se afafine o le Atua.

About Me

I grew up in a beautiful family with goodly parents and five brothers and five sisters. I love them so much. I love singing and sharing my culture with people. I also love sharing the teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with those that need it. I like samoan food more than any other food. I like swimming, fishing, planting a plantation and caring for children.

Why I am a Mormon

Missionaries constantly would walk by my house and I would ALWAYS invite them in to eat or get a drink. At the end of the meal they would say, "We have a message about Jesus Christ that we would love to share with you". My reply was always, "After you eat, please just continue on your way". One day I had a question, "Where are we going after this life?" I had asked many different churches, but none of the replies answered the question for me. One day in the Spring of 2008, the Mormon missionaries were again walking by my house. I called them to come over; I had a question for them. I asked them my question and to my surprise they had an answer for me. They shared with me the Plan of Salvation. This began my journey to understand God's plan for me. Within a month I was baptized and it was the BEST decision ever. It has truely changed my life and who I am today.

How I live my faith

Soon after my baptism I was called to represent the young single adults in my area. I was to reach out and help young single adults that were lost come back to Christ and his teachings. Since the beginning of my calling to now, many are making good changes in their lives and this makes me happy. I love to see the gospel of Jesus Christ working in the lives of others. I love teaching people about what I believe and telling them how it has changed my life and how it too can change theirs.