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Hi I'm Losehina 'O Kahala Kaho

I'm a proud Mormon :)

About Me

My name is Kahala and I'm from Tonga. I'm a current student of Brigham Young University - Hawaii. I like to hang out with friends and just talk about life. I love to be around family. Best thing that's ever happened to me is becoming a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I'M A PROUD MORMON.

Why I am a Mormon

My family are converts to the church, lucky for me being the youngest the year we got baptized was the year of my 8th birthday. Basically growing up in the Church made me realize how much our Heavenly Father loves us. I am a Mormon because I chose to be one, I am a Mormon because I know that the gospel is true and that the Prophet Joseph Smith did see what he saw in the sacred grove, I am a Mormon because I know that the Book of Mormon is true and that it's another testimony of Jesus Christ, I am a Mormon because I know that missionary work is the work of the Lord and if it weren't for those two Elder missionaries who taught my mother 13 years ago me and my family wouldn't be able to receive the tremendous amount of happiness and blessings we have in our lives today. The Lord sure does work in mysterious ways and I know for sure that becoming a Mormon is the best thing that's ever happened to me. I am a PROUD Mormon

How I live my faith

I am a district leader. So what I do is that I make sure that the sisters are doing their visit teaching. When I do my visiting teaching I get to know more about the sisters I'm visiting. The messages that I have to share with them not only helps them but it also helps me to become a better daughter of our Heavenly Father. Visiting teaching for sure is one of the things that can help members be closer to our Heavenly Father and I'm happy that I get the chance to share that with the members of my ward.