Biographies - Who Are We?
Jacqueline Loh is the founder and President of Grace that Reigns - a non profit Ministry Retreat Ministry
Jacqueline Loh is from the Archdiocese of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and the founder of Grace That Reigns Society. She is a Landscape Architect and Ecological Planner/Designer by profession. She also studied scripture at the St. Augustine Institute of Scripture and Evangelization in Denver, Colorado. In 2012, she created and established Grace that Reigns Society, a not for profit ministry in Vancouver. Canada. It soon received approval from the Federal Government of Canada and in 2014, she opened up a second office in the U.S.A where it too received its status.
Jacqueline's topics of interest include: Working with the charism of healing, understanding interior and supernatural graces, renewing a Sense of Wonder for the Lord through healing, and understanding the vocation of the priesthood, whom she offers spiritual direction. She is also an author and podcaster. Her published works include: When Monday Comes.
She speaks of Gods love for us in a manner that celebrates each persons uniqueness and individuality, Through her powerful testimonies about the Lord's Healing and witness, first hand, Jacqueline's ministry has become a source of healing to many.
Bishop Emeritus Ronald M. Gilmore is the spiritual director of Grace That Reigns
Bishop Gilmore comes to us from the Diocese of Dodge City, Kansas and Bishop Gilmore was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Wichita, KS in 1969 and spent the next 47 years as Priest, Professor, Chaplain, Chancellor, Vicar General, and as Bishop of Dodge City, KS (1998-2011).
Bishop Gilmore's special topics of interest include Ignatian spirituality and contemplative prayer, the dynamics of spiritual direction, listening and discerning effectively, and the grace of aging. He is a gifted and prolific writer and storyteller. His published works include: Another Way, Whispers from the Rooftops, and Like the Dewfall.
He joined Jacqueline Loh at Grace That Reigns in 2012 as a response to a call within his own vocation to bring renewal to priests and their parishioners. His retirement has been spent in the spiritual direction of priests, religious, and laypeople. In addition to offering direction. his greatest strength is his ability to lead us into a simpler form of prayer and to engage people in conversation.
Together with Jacqueline Loh, Bishop Ronald Gilmore gives retreats and missions all around North America.