Once she understood that true worship was from the heart she really took it to heart. This life changing monement was not just a temporary thing for her. We don't know much about what happened after she met Jesus and He spent a couple days in town teaching there. As far as that goes we don't even know what He taught when He was there. Yet, through early church tradition and records on the first century church we are able to see the impact her life change made on others around her.
When the Apostles baptized her they gave her the name Photine which means "Enlightened One", which she truely was. Not only did she lead her city to Jesus, she apparently had five sisters that so how much her life had changed because of Jesus that they were saved too. After her conversion she apparently married and had two boys. Nothing is said about her husband but her sons were both Christians and killed for their faith. She went around sharing her faith. Nero when he started persecuting the Christians put her under the care of his daughter. Who after awhile became a Christian along with all her servants. When Nero found out he had Photine thrown in a well. The being as crazy as he was he had he pulled out and put back in prison. One day Nero had her brought before him and asked her to denounce Jesus. To that she responded,
"O most impious of the blind, you profligate and stupid man! Do you think me so deluded that I would consent to renounce my Lord Christ and instead offer sacrifice to idols as blind as you?”
When Nero heard thes words he had her thrown back in the well where she gave her spirit up to the Lord. For about 30 plus years she lived not afraid to talk to anyone about what Jesus had done in her life. She didn't care what they thought about her and willing died for her Savior. To read more amazing stuff about her and her family check out this link. Photine