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Hi I'm PJ Liua

I'm a polynesian dancer, I'm a samoan fireknife dancer, I'm a zipline tour guide, I'm a missionary, I'm a Mormon

About Me

I'm just a regular poly boy from the islands who love to play sports. I enjoy playing football and rugby. I had a rugby scholarship to go to a university in the states but I decided that serving a mission is more important at this time in my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I used to play football in high school in Hawaii. If you know anything about Hawaii, its that there are no professional teams and college sports were boring. This meant that everyone got fired up every game day. Especially for football. Probably the whole island would be at the state championship games and those were my favorite. I felt so famous and loved by everyone. The feeling of people rooting for me was so unreal, until I graduated without a scholarship. After high school a lot of people were more disappointed and thought of me as a waste of talent. I eventually started to believe the world and almost accepted the fact that I was going to become a nobody. My life was so upside-down that I felt like doing things that I wouldn't normally do. Then with the help of family, friends and church leaders I was able to return to the straight and narrow and now serve a full time mission.

How I live my faith

I am the sacrament coordinator in my Young Single Adult ward and my role is very very important. It is the whole reason why everyone comes to church. Every comes to church to renew their covenants or their promises with heavenly father and they do so by taking the sacrament.The sacrament is bread and water that resembles Jesus' flesh and blood. By eating the bread and drinking the water we are becoming one with our savior and taking his name upon ourselves. I feel special because I get to prepare this most sacred part of our sabbath every sunday.