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Hi I'm Fui

I was born in New Zealand but raised in Australia. I am a member of the Church of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

About Me

I am the eldest of four siblings. I come from a Samoan background and have a little bit of Chinese in my blood as well. I am currently in my third year at Griffith University studying a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice. I love music and enjoy playing the piano. I usually play piano for Church meetings. This year I've been blessed to be called to serve in the Samoa, Apia Mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been born and raised within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I was taught at a young age about God. That he is our loving Heavenly and Eternal Father who lives and loves us. I had an understanding of our Savior Jesus Christ and his atoning Sacrifice for each and everyone of us. I learnt of the Holy Ghost who is the comforter. I learnt these and in my heart I knew it was true. Having a knowledge of these things at a young age helped mold me to the person I am today. It is the foundation of my testimony which continues to grow each and every day.

How I live my faith

I have various callings within the Church. I am the pianist for my Ward and I am also a Sunday School Teacher for the 14-15 year olds. Before teaching the youth, I was the female rep for the Young Single Adults (YSA 18-30 year olds). I found teaching the YSA was really easy, especially because they all are mature adults who had strong testimonies and had a firm understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ. The youth however were definitely a challenge for me. I moved out of youth program for 3 years now and I understand where the youth are coming from. They're still discovering who they are, what they believe in. Teaching the youth has definitely helped me to love the youth and also have patience with them.