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Hi I'm Fereti Karene

I am from Western Samoa and I love play rugby and volleyball n I'm Mormon

About Me

Hello-Talofa lava my name is fereti karene wilson. I am from The beautiful island of Samoa. Am 22 years old and I have 4 younger sisters an 2 younger brothers. I love my parents and also my family so much more than anything else. Life is awesome and great to enjoy anything from the gospel I am Mormon..

Why I am a Mormon

I believe the living prophet, Thomas S. Monson, is called of God. The Book of Mormon has helped me a lot to change my life. I'm a Mormon because I know my Savior lives. I know He performed the Atonement to help me overcome all of my trials. I know the Plan of Salvation is a plan of happiness. We can return to live with Heavenly Father again. I know that by following the promptings of the Holy Ghost and following Jesus' example, we can be happy. Believing in Him has strengthened my heart. I have a strong testimony that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, restored through the Prophet Joseph Smith, was the same Church that Jesus Christ established and set up when He was on the Earth. In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen. Oute fiafia e faasoa le afioga ole Atua ae maise le Tusi a Mamona.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by doing my best to follow the Spirit. I go to church and study my scriptures. I am serving a mission in Tucson, Arizona. My favorite scripture is Alma 37:37. I know when we pray, Heavenly Father is with us. By keeping His commandments, fasting and going to the temple to make covenants with the Lord, I'm able to live my faith. I know Jesus Christ uplifts me through all my struggles and problems. He gives me peace. I live my faith to be an example to my family. I know Heavenly Father loves each of us. Talitonu loo manuia le Alii ma lona Faaola o Iesu Keriso oute iloa ole faatuatua e maua ai faamanuiaga e tele mai le Tama loilelagi.