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About Us:

Rose & Lowel LewisWho are we?

Rose & Lowel Lewis
Who are we?

Lowel Lewis grew up in Detroit, MI as an only child, raised by his mother and Heavenly Father.  His parents came from the islands, his father from Jamaica and his mother from Haiti.  His mother arrived in the States in 1956 to Study at the University of Michigan – and this is where she met Lowel’s father.  Shortly after Lowel’s birth they divorced and Lowel’s mother claimed God’s Word that – He would be the Father to the fatherless and the Husband to the widow… – Paraphrase Psalm 68:5
 
Over the years, they grew in the Lord and became active in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.  At the age of nine, Lowel was already a minister of the Eucharist and a lector moving in the gifts of the Holy Spirit, even at his young age.  In the 80’s, Lowel with his Lord, organized the first praise and worship event in the Detroit Diocese that brought youth from all over the diocese together at St. Andrews Parish in Rochester, MI.  Since then, Lowel’s life has taken many turns as he continues to flow with the Lord.
 
I, Rose Marie, grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, MI the youngest of four siblings.  I was raised a Catholic but never experienced a true relationship with Jesus Christ until I met Lowel Lewis (Jesus freak), in 2003.  Through Lowel’s love of the Lord, I learned that God was not some far and distant being too busy with real worldly issues to be bothered with my stuff.  Through Lowel’s patience with my repeated questions and his many brothers and sisters in Christ, I began my new journey in relationship with Jesus Christ.
 
As of 2012, Lowel and I have been married for seven years; and in 2013 (The Year of Faith), we embark on our new adventure with God in the hills of Jamaica as catholic evangelist.
 
May God be our shield of protection, our wisdom and our courage!
 
(Psalm 91; Proverbs 2:6 & James 1:5; Isaiah 41:10 & Joshua 1:9)
 
To Him Be the Glory.
Amen.