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Hi I'm Gwen

I'm a Mormon. I have a wonderful family that I love dearly. I am a wife, mother and grandmother and couldn't be happier.

About Me

I have been blessed with a wonderful family. I am a wife, mother and grandmother. I could't be happier.

Why I am a Mormon

I converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints nine years ago. I felt even as a young girl that there was something missing in my life and that there was more to getting back to live with my heavenly father. I had gone through a divorce and had four teenagers. I re-married to a wonderful man who had one daughter. His daughter was raised LDS and married a wonderful Missionary herself. They lived with us for about year and as time went on I would ask questions, as I knew nothing about this new religion I had become interested in. I always knew that there was more, I just was not in the right spot to learn and grow. One question that always concerned me was--If God gave us Prophets to help guide us in the early days, why then were we as his chosen people not given this guidance here on earth today. As I grew to learn more and more about the LDS Church, other questions have been answered for me as well. Including, being with my family forever. I know this Church is true and that we do have a living Prophet that is on this earth today to help guide and direct us through the power of our Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I try to be the best I can be on a daily basis. I try to serve others whether they be of my faith or not. I am always praying daily that I can live Christlike, that others may see a difference in me. I pray that members of my family that are not of my faith my have a conviction as I did to learn more and decide for themselves if this gospel is true. I want nothing more than to be together with my family forever for eternity.