So, my book, Being Transparent with Yourself, God, and Others, was published in June. I have some speaking engagements being scheduled for churches. They are asking how much I charge. Is there a…Continue
I had an interesting question posed to me to the other day.
"Ms. Susan, is it possible to be "in love" with God? Shouldn't you just say you love God? I mean, isn't being "in love" with someone reserved for your spouse?"
I've never thought about this…Continue
Watching the Olympics has been interesting to say the least. Each competitor expects to do what they do best. Most of them expect to win a medal. This week, though, I have seen ice skaters fall during their programs and I’ve seen others hit every jump and trick. There were those expected to…Continue
Working with kids can give you valuable insight into what the next generation deals with daily. If you will listen, they will not stop talking. If you will ask questions, they will answer. If you really ask the hard questions, they will think about their answers.
The song, Who Am I, came on the radio the other day and before the words even started I began to cry. I knew the first words were “who am I” and the very idea that I would think so highly of myself at times was immediately humbling. Seriously, who are we that God should love us or give us the time of day? Who are we that the God who calmed the waters and waves calms the storms within our very lives? He does so many things in grandiose styles and can bring them all…Continue