Sue Ann Cordell is a wife, mother, and grandmother. Since 1976, Sue Ann has been serving along with her husband, Randy in Christian Ministries. She has been an invited guest speaker for retreats and workshops for women for over 25 years.
Through this ministry Sue Ann hopes to enable women to accept their true worth to God and equip them to make an eternal difference in their own lives and in the lives of others through Biblical lessons that relate to current issues.
Category Archives: Attitude of Gratitude
How are you today? Is life good for you right now? It’s human nature to compare ourselves to others, and to start feeling cheated. So in order for you to have a better outlook on life, let’s just get this … Continue reading
Back in 1943, Oscar Hammerstein, II, wrote the lyrics to a song entitled, Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’. Then Richard Rodgers put the words to music. Even if you are not a big fan of old-time musical movies, like Oklahoma, … Continue reading
As we continue down Memory Lane, do you hear the sound of trumpets, clarinets, flutes, trombones and drums? Do you hear the crowds cheering and do you feel a nip in the air? It must be Football Season and the … Continue reading
Look! Do you see the group of men and women kneeling at the foot of the cross? I would venture to say they are Sunday School Teachers. You know, the men and women that volunteer week after week with little … Continue reading
Let’s continue our trip down Memory Lane. Hey, look! Do you see who I see? Is that Miss Black, my Second Grade Teacher, standing over there? She was such a great teacher! At first I was afraid of her but … Continue reading
I would like to invite you to take a trip with me down Memory Lane. Let’s go back to the earliest years we can remember and think about those men and women who took time to see the good in … Continue reading
Do you allow the activities that occur before you lay your head on your pillow at night to determine your attitude for the next day? Before you answer this question, allow me to explain. You have your night all “planned” … Continue reading