Talofa! Kiaora! Malo e lelei! Bula Vinaka! Kia Orana! Malo Ni! Fakaalofa lahi atu, Talofa lava and WELCOME to you beautiful sisters!


PACIFIC LDS WOMEN is a blog, Facebook group & page. These social mediums allow for fun interactive ways for all Polynesian, Maori, Melanesian, Micronesian women of the LDS faith to share personal stories and insights of the gospel. Because of our 3 distinct commonalities being Female + Polynesian/Maori/Melanesian/Micronesian + Mormon, not only can we relate to each other well, but we can see how other sisters across the world use teachings from the Gospel to deal and overcome life’s challenges and successes; in turn, inspire us to become more like our Saviour, and thus help strengthen our personal commitment to Jesus Christ.



Purpose 1: Strengthen our personal commitment to Jesus Christ. 
Purpose 2: Simply bring LDS global sisters together; to share, learn, lift, be edified and inspired from each other’s life experiences and insights of the Gospel. 
Purpose 3: Fun way to network & reunite with Polynesian Mormon Sisters across the GLOBE. Purpose 4: Reach out to the ‘one’ everyday



You don’t have to be a super woman, you don’t have to be world’s top CEO or have had a dramatic challenge take place in your life to share your story, although if you do, please, we’d still love to hear from you! The point we are trying to get across is what sets this blog a-part are the STORIES of our everyday Polynesian sisters. We live hectic beautiful ordinary lives and have contributed some way in our communities, families, profession and in the Church. Why not voice our stories? Why not share our testimonies? Sometimes the most simplest stories are most inspiring. We just want YOU.

If your thinking ‘I don’t have a story to tell’ – well, let us tell you with love, “Behind EVERY beautiful Polynesian woman, there is an INSPIRING story to tell”. You never know what your story can do to influence others for the better! The VISION is, if at least ONE sister EVERYDAY is uplifted and strengthened to become more like the Saviour then PACIFIC LDS WOMEN has served its purposes. Luke 22:32 eloquently reflects just this, ‘When thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren’

  • There will be stories featured on the blog spontaneously. Each story are shared to PACIFIC LDS WOMEN Facebook group and page.
  • Although the main feature are the stories, other features will be posted to the blog, refer to FAQ’s menu
  • During the week, viewers are most welcome to post questions, articles, quotes or personal impressions that will benefit our women. Before you post anything ask yourself ‘will this help a someone strengthen their commitment to Jesus Christ?’We have enough negativity going on all around us, so lets strive to collectively create a wholesome safe environment for each other. Keep in mind this is a fun, uplifting & interactive way to share the gospel. Bless your hearts. 


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How did PACIFIC LDS WOMEN come about?




LDS Living   Mormon newsroom   lds net 2   Mormon women stand





Any comments made on PACIFIC LDS WOMEN blog and Facebook Group that are inappropriate and have profanity will be immediately removed. There is no room for negativity here.

DISCLAIMER: PACIFIC LDS WOMEN is not an official group of the church. It is a social group of members from the church utilizing social mediums to uplift each other, share personal stories and to share the gospel. The information and insights exchanged on the blog and Facebook group should not be viewed as official statements from the church.


4 thoughts on “HOMEPAGE

  1. Love this! You are an amazing vessel in the Lord’s vineyard KV! Excited to participate in this and most excited to develop a deeper commitment to my Savior through inspiration of my fellow Polynesian sisters around the world!
    Bless your heart sister xxx


  2. Iaorana!
    We are the center of the Polynesian triangle… TAHITI 🍃🌺🍃. Thank you for the inspiring idea. Looking forward to be part of it. Mauruuruu.


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