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Hi I'm Philomena

I was born in Ghana, I am a mother of four, i am a cook . I am a princess and i am a Mormon and proud to be one.

About Me

I am a mother of four and I cook in a school. I love dancing and watching movies with my children. I enjoy to plait people's hair, and I like going out with my friends. I love visiting my family in Ghana, and love the weather and the food there. I also love to see the way the church is growing and see my brothers and sisters accepting the gospel in Ghana.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I love the Saviour and my Heavenly Father. I love the organization of the church. Before I joined the church I was a catholic and it is through my husband that I came to know this church. Ever since I joined the church my life changed, I became a better person. I've learned so much from this church and I continue to learn. I love the Book of Mormon and I've got a strong testimony about it. The reason why I love this church is that it is organized in the way that Jesus Christ organized His church when He was on the earth, and it gives me comfort to know that this is His church. I know He lives, and I know God lives. I'm grateful for a living prophet who is receiving revelation from God to me.

How I live my faith

I am a teacher in the woman organization in the church, and I teach the sisters the truth about the Saviour. I am also a family history consultant, and I help the members to do their genealogy. I love what I do in the church, it helps me to grow and I love serving my brothers and sisters both in the church and outside the church.

Do Mormons regard the Bible as Holy Scripture and the word of God?

Yes we do, we believe that it was written by holy prophets and apostles. I know that the Bible is incomplete without the Book of Mormon because we know that in the Bible that Jesus said that there are two sticks, the stick of Judah and the stick of Ephraim. The Bible is the stick of Judah and teaches us about the Saviour's birth and death and resurrection. The Book of Mormon is the stick of Ephraim, and testifies of Christ's life too. Show more Show less