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Hi I'm Siosifa Lisala

I grew up in Tonga. I started school in Saineha High School and end up at Tonga College 'Atele. I'm so proud to be Mormon.

About Me

I grow up to be a Mormon at the other side of heaven in Tonga and now I study and play rugby out here in Japan. I am still single at the age of 20. I love talking to other people about how the gospel has effect on my life and that is really true. I can see the blessing that I have in my family and that is the most precious gift for me to begin a life and end up in this gospel.

Why I am a Mormon

I chose to become a member because I know definitely this gospel change my life each day. I can see the unseen blessing that the Lord have for my family. Life is full of challenges and difficulties but as a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saint it really help me cope with life and i am so grateful for that.

How I live my faith

I use to be one of the fellowship to missionaries out here in helping people and mostly I am looking forward to serve a mission. I play together with youths and though we are at the kind of different level understanding the gospel but I always share my testimony with them.

Why do Mormon missionaries proselyte?

Siosifa Lisala
The Savior taught His disciples, “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations” (Matthew 28:19). As followers of Jesus Christ, members of His Church are enthusiastic about proclaiming the good news of His restored gospel to all who are willing to listen. Carlos E. Asay, a Church leader, said, “(There is) a marvelous phenomenon which occurs among men when the light of the gospel illuminates their lives. Almost instinctively, it seems, the light of truth sparks a desire to share. When our minds are expanded by new knowledge, we want others to know; when our spirits are elevated by heavenly influence, we want others to feel; and when our lives are filled with goodness, we want others, particularly those whom we love, to enjoy similar experiences.” You may have seen missionaries riding on bicycles or walking door to door, sharing their message. They are doing everything they can to seek out people who may be interested in learning more about Jesus Christ and God’s plan for their happiness. They serve in pairs, for “in the mouth of two or three witnesses every word may be established” (Matthew 18:16). Missionaries volunteer full-time service for a period of eighteen months to two years. Show more Show less