Spiritual journeys sometimes begin because we’re gradually drawn to God—and sometimes because we desperately want to escape from suffering. In either case, the questions that come up are familiar ones: Where do I begin? What should I do? Where can I go for help? How will I know if I’m on the right path? What can I expect to happen? One way to glean some answers is to hear first-hand from someone who has been on a spiritual journey—an amazing one, in fact. Hear the step-by-step experiences of Joan Geir—what compelled her to get better acquainted with God, how she did that, what she learned in the process, and how the journey affected her life—including healing her of Alzheimer’s disease.
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