Jeannie Ewing – Nominal Catholic Drawn Back to the Church
Although Jeannie Ewing’s family always went to Mass as she was growing up, in high school, she got into religious experimentation. She doesn’t regret that her curiosity led her to visit several non-Catholic denominations during this phase, but she does regret that it led her to briefly dabble in what some consider “harmless” occult activities, as the effects of them would linger with her through her adult years. When an encounter with the Eucharist brought her back to being solidly Catholic, her rediscovered faith led her to a devotion to St. John of the Cross, a spiritual mentor who would be a great help to her as she faced a new challenge: being the parent of two children with special needs.
Jeannie Ewing’s book is called From Grief to Grace, and her ministry can be found at lovealonecreates.com.