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: Celebrate Life!
Some of the best advice I received as a young girl came from my father. The lessons I learned from him have carried me through some hard times. No matter what circumstances he faced, he tried to take a positive … Continue reading
Have you heard the old saying, “When life gives you a lemon, make lemonade”? How about this one…”When you’re at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.” This is sound advice. It sounds easy, but it … Continue reading
Have you noticed that most people want what they don’t have? If our hair is brown, we wish it were blonde. If our hair is curly, we want it to be straight. If we are tall, we want to be … Continue reading
It’s time to celebrate! There is so much to celebrate and so little time to do it. So, let’s get started….Did you see the sunrise this morning? Celebrate the gift of sight! Did you hear the birds singing? Celebrate the … Continue reading
Why wait until 2012 to make positive changes in your life? Start “now” living your life with a fresh new approach. Remember the old saying, “Today is the first day of the rest of your life?” It’s true! Live the … Continue reading
Won’t you join me as I celebrate Pay It Forward Day? David Del Mundo is declaring today Pay It Forward Day – A day full of random acts of kindness. He offers the following suggestions: pay for someone’s cup of … Continue reading
If you have one good friend or one hundred good friends, you have a reason to celebrate today! Good friends listen to what you say…love to shop and play…take us out and pay…don’t point out the gray…and always make each … Continue reading