Jeannie Ewing

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About Jeannie Ewing

Jeannie Ewing is a writer, speaker, and grief recovery coach. She is the co-author of Navigating Deep Waters: Meditations for Caregivers. Jeannie was featured on National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition and Tony Agnesi’s radio show Finding God’s Grace. She offers her insight from a counselor’s perspective into a variety of topics, including grief, spirituality, and parenting children with special needs. Jeannie resides in northern Indiana with her husband and two daughters, both of whom have special needs. For more information on her professional services, please visit her at fromgrief2grace.com.

Anything is Possible

Everyone has a dream.  For most of us, that dream involves worldly success, accolades, and the acquisition of wealth.  We loosely define this as "the American Dream," elusive as it may be.  But for others who do not desire the enticements of the world, another dream exists: the dream of possibility. When Sarah was born, [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|Faith and Family, Featured, special needs|0 Comments

Captain Catholic Answers Your Questions!

Many of us are sort of swimming in this sea of uncertainty surrounding the political climate these days.  As a Catholic voter, I'm usually not torn about how to cast my vote each year, but this past year for the presidential election was particularly tough for me.  It seemed that a lot of others were [...]

By | February 15th, 2017|Faith and Family, Lifestyle, spirituality|1 Comment

The Strangers at the Manger

If anyone is familiar with Lisa Hendey, s/he knows that Lisa is a Catholic powerhouse.  For over ten years now, Lisa has been evangelizing internationally through her speaking engagements, book writing, editing, and radio show.  Her work with Catholic Mom has been dynamic, engaging, and encouraging to families all over the world.  And, more recently, [...]

By | February 8th, 2017|Book Reviews, education, Faith and Family|1 Comment

You Can Help the Poor

As Catholics, we believe strongly in caring for all people and creation, which is evidenced in the Catholic social teaching doctrine.  Among the concepts of solidarity, subsidiarity, caring for creation, and sanctity of human life/dignity of the person, the preferential option for the poor stands out especially today.  So many types of poverty exist in [...]

By | February 1st, 2017|Faith and Family, Featured, spirituality|0 Comments

Making Sense of Innocent Suffering

“I feel that abortion is often the moral, ethical choice. There are many situations where an abortion is an unselfish, loving, motherly act that prevents the child from a short or long life of pain and suffering, abuse, and even rejection, fear, etc.”  This was a comment I received on Facebook during an intense debate [...]

By | January 25th, 2017|Faith and Family, Lifestyle, spirituality|0 Comments