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Hi I'm Gail Lowe

I was born in Utah, and raised as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints, this defines who I am.

About Me

My name is Gail, I am a wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. I enjoy reading, exploring new places, cooking and spending time with my family! I also love walking my dog every day!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born to parents who were members of the church. I realized when I was a teenager that I did not have a testimony. For a number of years I stopped going to church. When I was in college, I prayed sincerely that my questions could be answered and that I could have a personal witness of the truth. I believe prayer was the key to my conversion. I felt the power of the Holy Ghost, an overwhelming sensation of love from my Heavenly Father, and my desire was to be committed to the teachings of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I started to study the scriptures, and I love all of them. The Book of Mormon is a miracle book, I feel it speaks to you, and teaches you something different each time you read it. Being a Mormon describes who I am. I love being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints!

How I live my faith

Each day I begin with a prayer. I have so much I am thankful for, and I can feel many blessing each and everyday, so I want to acknowledge that. I know I need to ask for help to overcome temptations for me and my family. I also ask for help for insight on how I can be of service during the day. My husband and I read the scriptures right when we get up. We are now reading the Old Testament. It is a great way to start the day. My calling in the church is to work with the Primary children. We want our children to grow up with good values, to learn about our Savior, to have righteous thoughts and to make good choices in their lives. This life is so full of challenges, and trials, having faith and hope is what helps me to get through these difficult times. I feel the power of prayer every day, and I am so thankful that the gospel has been restored. I believe we all have a calling to help each other, no matter what the religious affiliation is. We truly all our God's children and we are all brothers and sisters. I also visit teach three ladies. At least once a month or more, we call or visit these great women in our church, I have a partner and we give a short spiritual lesson and get to know them. I have lived in four different states and have made many wonderful friends though visiting teaching.