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Hi I'm Fitisemanu Apulu

Born in New Zealand, Raised in Australia and currently serving in the Australia Melbourne Mission! :)

About Me

LOVE my family, LOVE to sing, LOVE to play sport, LOVE to read The Book Of Mormon, LOVE to cook and as you can see LOVE to eat haha.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints, so from the time I was an infant to this present day I have been immersed and brought up in the teachings of The Gospel. At a young age I didn't have any questions about religion or belief, I just simply followed my family to church every Sunday and attended various church youth programs throughout the week, it wasn't until I was approaching the age of 12 that a few questions began to grow within my heart like: "Why am I doing all this?, Why am I reading the Book Of Mormon?, Why am I going to church every Sunday? Why? Am I doing the right thing?" There was only one way to answer those questions and that was to do what all of my church leaders had encouraged me to do which was to get down on my knees and pray. I did and from that very moment, the feelings that I have felt I know without a shadow of doubt that I am doing the right thing and the reason why is because I am following My Savior Jesus Christ. That is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

Well EVERYTHING that I have, EVERYTHING that I do and EVERYTHING that I am is because of my Heavenly Father, I owe everything to Him and His Son Jesus Christ for their infinite and unconditional love for me and my family. My whole life thus far has been in preparation to finally be able to repay a token of that love by serving as a full time Missionary for The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints and leave my family for two years so that I can help others be with theirs for eternity. That is how I live my faith.