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Hi I'm Tumua Siufanua

I am a proud member of this church. I grew up in Utah, love my family, play piano, and run. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to write, play piano, and run. Some of my interests include reading and hiking. I worked as a lifeguard and medical assistant over the summer season to raise money for my mission. My goals in life are to become a pediatric doctor, graduate BYU, and do humanitarian work around the world. I absolutely love to travel, and one of my dreams is to visit the world. I love helping people, and will cherish those opportunities my mission will offer me.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because this is Christ restored church. I believe that he loves all of his children, and has provided the means for us to return to him. I know that my father in heaven is real and that he knows each of us. I know that the leaders of this church were called of God. I am grateful for this gospel. Recently, through high school, I was going through some problems with my self-esteem. While I felt alone, I always knew that God would be there for me when I read the Book of Mormon. That book is a true comfort to me. It has strengthened my testimony of God’s love for all of us.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by going to church every week, paying my tithing, and choosing to do what is right. I am a devout member of this gospel. I try to make the best decisions I can every day, even though it's hard. Most importantly, I live this gospel by loving others. Even though people can be difficult, they are our brothers and sisters, and loving them is one of the most important things we can do. Like many saints, I have had many opportunity to serve in my church. Currently, I have been called to serve in the Bolivia Santa Cruz mission and will serve there faithfully, doing the best I can to feel God’s spirit, and hopefully change lives.