September, 2001

In Association with

Grace-Filled Moments
By Johnnette S. Benkovic

"The true woman and mother, by her caring and understanding, knows how to lighten for others the burden of life.  Thus she becomes the great conqueror of everyday life.  Every day she conquers anew by making the trivialities of life bearable.  And should no one even notice, her conquest had been thorough indeed."

Jutta Burggraf

Noted author and speaker Johnnette S. Benkovic guides women into a deep and rewarding walk with the Lord with Grace-Filled Moments, a unique combination of Scripture, insightful quotes, Johnnette's own penetrating insights, and heart-felt prayers.  This beautifully devised book can successfully be used by the individual woman to enhance her spiritual life, or it can be used by a small group of women who come together for growth and encouragement.  Grace-Filled Moments is a book to be savored, absorbed and treasured by women of all ages and situations.


A note to participants from author Johnnette S. Benkovic


I pray that Grace-Filled Moments becomes an opportunity to experience the rich treasures of your femininity as well as coming to a deeper understanding of who God desires you to be as a woman. He has incredible plans in mind for us, and it is nothing less than this: to aid humanity in not falling. We women have been gifted with the grace to bear life -- physical life and spiritual life. As women of God, the grace to bear spiritual life flows from our intimacy with Him and our union with His holy will. Whether we are moms raising our children according to the precepts of the Church and the laws of God, whether we are working women who bring Christ's presence into the work place, whether we are consecrated women whose vocation is a conduit of grace in the world, whether we are single women whose lives are dedicated to the service of others in any number of ways, through our gender we women are called to spiritual motherhood. May each of us live our call in union with Him who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

In His Service,

Johnnette S. Benkovic