Farmington, UT (Vocus) April 6, 2010
Author Gail Winegar always wanted to be a missionary. When she and her husband had an opportunity to serve missions in Panama and then in inner city Houston, Texas, they jumped at the chance. Readers can follow their life-changing journey in Forever… One Day at a Time: A Missionary’s Tale.
Forever… One Day at a Time is a thoughtful and inspiring account that allows readers to view the realities of missionary service. Touching, yet at times hilarious, people can’t help but laugh and cry with the author in this refreshingly candid account.
Winegar has no holds barred in giving readers a real glimpse of the excitement and struggles that come with missionary work. From the Missionary Training Center to their time in Panama and Houston, she shares her reaction to many of the remarkable situations they encountered. Though their mission was at times exhausting, even downright grueling, each magnificent moment of it became a cherished possession—life altering.
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About the Author
Gail Winegar was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her passions are writing, painting, gardening, hiking, rock climbing and most of all, her family. She and her sweetheart, Dee, are the parents of seven phenomenal children and the adoring grandparents of fifteen (and counting…!) Gail and Dee currently stay happy and busy sweeping out their empty nest in Farmington, Utah, after the grandchildren have gone home. They enjoy serving in various positions in their church and community.
Forever... One Day at a Time * by Gail Winegar
A Missionary's Tale
Publication Date: March 31, 2010
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