Hi I'm Louise
I am a retired Respiratory Therapist. I am married and have 5 children and 13 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren.
Why I am a Mormon
I became a member of the church at the young age of 21. When the Missionaries presented the Plan of Salvation to me I received a profound witness to the truthfulness of the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. Today, I know more than ever that God lives and Jesus is the Christ. To know why we are here and where we are going when we leave this life gives us the knowledge and courage to press on through the trials and tribulations of mortality. I'm so grateful for my Savior and His Atonement and that Families can be together forever. The true Gospel of Jesus Christ has all the answers and it just makes sense. It was my choice to be Baptized in 1964, when the lessons from the Missionaries gave the answers that were missing from the religion of my youth. I have never regretted my decision. My family and I have been truly blessed.
How I live my faith
I strive daily to live my best life, to be kind, loving and a good example to others, to be a person of integrity and charity, a person who reflects the qualities of the Savior. I attend my church meetings and the Temple every week. I strive to follow Christ's example of service to anyone in need. My faith affects all aspects of my life.