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Jeannie Ewing
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I am a stay-at-home mom of two beautiful girls: Felicity (a preschooler) and Sarah (a toddler).
I am a stay-at-home mom of two beautiful girls: Felicity (a preschooler) and Sarah (a toddler).

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Hey indie author friends! I read this article today by +Dan Blank and really felt like it might resonate with a lot of you, based on conversations we've shared. Enjoy! http://writerunboxed.com/2016/10/28/dealing-with-a-slump/

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"We tend to forget that suffering can be a gift. But when we meet children with disabilities or various afflictions, we are confronted with the reality that suffering was not intended in God’s original plan, yet He sanctified it – in part, through these children and through us."

http://catholicexchange.com/making-sense-innocent-suffering

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"We tend to forget that suffering can be a gift. But when we meet children with disabilities or various afflictions, we are confronted with the reality that suffering was not intended in God’s original plan, yet He sanctified it – in part, through these children and through us."

http://catholicexchange.com/making-sense-innocent-suffering

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"We tend to forget that suffering can be a gift. But when we meet children with disabilities or various afflictions, we are confronted with the reality that suffering was not intended in God’s original plan, yet He sanctified it – in part, through these children and through us."

http://catholicexchange.com/making-sense-innocent-suffering

Hi ICA friends! I have a new book, A Sea Without A Shore: Spiritual Reflections for the Brokenhearted, Weary, and Lonely that is almost ready for print. However, I am looking for 2-3 beta readers who are willing to let me know if you see anything that needs to be corrected, changed, added, etc.

If you're interested, I can send you either a Word doc or PDF via email. It's approximately 293 pages in length. Please email me at jeannie.ewing07[at]gmail[dot]com. Thanks!

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Sacramental marriage calls and empowers you to die to self in order to live and love for others. #4KeysQuote #MarriageMeme
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"It seems that God purposefully allowed us to experience this messiness of parenthood, so that we would learn to let go. That elusive concept of surrender isn’t easy for most of us (least of all me), but it is that necessary loosening of the bonds that allows our children to flourish."

http://catholicexchange.com/bittersweet-changes-parenthood

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"It seems that God purposefully allowed us to experience this messiness of parenthood, so that we would learn to let go. That elusive concept of surrender isn’t easy for most of us (least of all me), but it is that necessary loosening of the bonds that allows our children to flourish."

http://catholicexchange.com/bittersweet-changes-parenthood

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"It seems that God purposefully allowed us to experience this messiness of parenthood, so that we would learn to let go. That elusive concept of surrender isn’t easy for most of us (least of all me), but it is that necessary loosening of the bonds that allows our children to flourish."

http://catholicexchange.com/bittersweet-changes-parenthood

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"Holy detachment, by its very nature, involves a necessary and often painful emptying of self.  Usually, when a soul is on the cusp of being deepened in virtue, God beckons it to detachment. Rather than the selfish detachment that bears fruit of vice, this type of detachment is an opportunity for renewal, for growth, for becoming more by having less in our lives – fewer distractions, less emotional or mental clutter, fewer suffocating or toxic relationships that drain and damage our integrity."

http://catholicexchange.com/detachment-letting-god-need
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