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Hi I'm Lulu

I am Samoan, I love life and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a full time missionary in Idaho, Pocatello. I love to sing and dance. I play basketball, football and volleyball. I share the gospel with all of God's children and love bringing happiness to those I come in contact with.

Why I am a Mormon

Well I was born in the church and my entire family were members. I have been an active member ever since then. Although I was born and raised in the church I too had my share of trials and tribulations. I went through a rough road during high school and college. I fell away for a while and through the love of my Heavenly Father I was able to come back to what I knew was to be true. My family was torn apart and I was the one in the middle. I had no one to turn to but my Heavenly Father and at first I felt abandoned but I wasn't. I prayed endlessly for peace and comfort. I then felt calm and peaceful. It took a lot of patience and endurance but I am blessed beyond measure for it.

How I live my faith

Well before I left for my mission I was called in various auxiliaries. I was a beehive president, miamaid president and a laurel president when I was in Young Women. I was then called to be a primary teacher for the ages of 6-7. Afterwards I was then called to be the Young Single Adult representative for the Females side. I was then called at the same time to be a secretary for the Young Women. I was blessed beyond measure to be able to serve these callings before coming out on a mission. Now I can say this calling, which was to be a missionary, has been the best by far!

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

I believe that Mormons help everyone they come in contact with. As members of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints we follow the example of Jesus Christ by serving others. We don't do this because we want recognition for it, but simply to those we reach out to that we love them and care for them. Show more Show less