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This woman grew up in a chaotic home with an unfaithful father. She became a deacon in the Church of Christ in Madagascar. He husband first listened to the missionaries, but she then became interested,. Her interest angered family members, who spread rumors about nudity and polygamy in the Church. This woman was most impressed by the doctrine of eternal families. Despite the infidelity of her own spouse, who succumbed to family pressure and was not baptized, this woman prays about her family problems, listens to the Holy Ghost and exercises patience in her trials. She thinks priesthood leadership in the home is important.
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Antananarivo (Antananarivo, Madagascar)
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