Jeannie Ewing

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Jeannie Ewing believes the world focuses too much on superficial happiness and then crumbles when sorrow strikes.  Because life is about more than what makes us feel happy, she writes about the hidden value of suffering and even discovering joy in the midst of grief.  As a disability advocate, Jeannie shares her heart as a mom of two girls with special needs in Navigating Deep Waters: Meditations for Caregivers and is the author of From Grief to Grace: The Journey from Tragedy to Triumph , A Sea Without A Shore: Spiritual Reflections for the Brokenhearted, Weary, and Lonely , and Waiting with Purpose: Persevering When God Says “Not Yet.”  Jeannie is a frequent guest on Catholic radio and contributes to several online and print Catholic magazines.   She, her husband, and three daughters live in northern Indiana. For more information, please visit her website lovealonecreates.com.

Making Sense Out of Innocent Suffering

Making Sense Out of Innocent Suffering

THE SILENT PAIN OF INFERTILITY

The Silent Pain of Infertility

Psalm 37 & Learning to Trust God

The Bittersweet Changes of Parenthood

Detachment: Letting God Be All We Need

Multiplying Our Gifts in Confidence

Our True Identity Rests in God’s Love

“Does God Really Answer My Prayers?”

Waiting: The Grace of “Not Yet”

Not Me Before You, You Before Me

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