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Hi I'm Vailoatai Delaina Tuimoloau

I grew up in California. I am a Manger at McDonalds. I'm a Mormon

About Me

My hobbies are paintball,rugby,walking,volleyball,football,softball,baseball,and basketball. My interests are helping others who are in need and helping the poor and sick. And also helping those cancer patients and the elderly people who are at Saint Josephs hospital. I am not a mom, but I am a second mother to my nephew who I love so much and also care with all my life. I don't know if I want to go to college but I will figure something out. What I've done is that one winter day my brother and I prepared warm clothing and also a hot meal and beverage to give this poor man that was living under the bridge, it was the greatest blessing that the Lord has blessed us with. But I am glad that I'm going to be a full time missionary serving the Lord and also doing the Lord's work and also making my family proud.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a Mormon is because the true church. And I am glad to be born into the church. And I would never change my religion for anything.

How I live my faith

I didn't have time to participate in anything because of work. But I always have a little bit of time to always go with the sister missionaries to do teaching and telling people that our Heavenly Father lives and he is always with us every step of the way. I do not teach the youth but I love seeing the youth accomplishing in everything they do and I also help with the nursery.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Vailoatai Delaina Tuimoloau
In “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” many Mormon beliefs about families are outlined. One of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ core beliefs is that family relationships can last forever—not just for this life. Just as some of life’s sweetest joys can come through family associations, the loss of a beloved family member can be a source of our deepest sorrows. But death does not need to be the end of our relationships with cherished loved ones. The Lord revealed to the Prophet Joseph Smith that the “same sociality which exists among us here will exist among us there [in eternity], only it will be coupled with eternal glory” (Doctrine and Covenants 130:2). Family members who accept the Atonement of Jesus Christ and follow His example can be together forever through sacred ordinances performed in God’s holy temples. Jesus gave to Peter the power to have things sealed on earth and sealed in heaven (Matthew 16:19). This same sealing power was restored to Joseph Smith. Mormon’s believe that they can be “sealed” or bound together through His power enabling them to live together in eternity. Show more Show less