Do You Have Faith In Miracles?
“This book presents her special connection with the Lord. Many events are uplifting moments that she believes to be miracles or direct communication from Jesus.”
“The number seven is believed to be God’s perfect number, representing completion. Mary Johnson believes that being the seventh daughter in her family has given her special connection to the divine.”
Can Miracles Really Happen? Can Faith Really Guide Our Lives? Is There A Higher Power?
Mary Alicia Guillory-Johnson can attest, unequivocally a yes to all of the above. The minister, counselor, and former local TV host shares her personal stories and insights in a unique new book, Mary the Seventh Girl: Extraordinary Miracles in an Ordinary Life.
Mary, a mother of three full-grown children, has spent three decades teaching religious education, including 10 as a religious education director. For 35 years she has been a lecturer and a Eucharistic Minister. She was certified as a licensed counselor from the University of Texas, is board certified in anger management (CAI), and is certified in domestic violence and death and loss. For four years, Mary hosted a TV show on Houston Public Access called Alicia’s Eyes, which put a spotlight on positive events involving students K-12. Mary practices her faith – Catholicism – in Houston, Texas.