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: Making A Difference
Life – live it to the full! Let’s do our part to make this world a better place by taking a positive approach to life! So many people are in the habit of looking for reasons to complain. If whining … Continue reading
How did Day 1 of the “Stop and Think” Challenge go for you? “Stop and Think” of ways you can be a blessing. When you learn to think and act on behalf of others, you will lighten your own load, … Continue reading
What do you do when you see a flashing sign, warning you of danger ahead? Are you the type of person that ignores the warning, and pushes through anyway? It’s human nature that peeks our curiosity when a warning is … Continue reading
It has been said that LOVE is the universal language. Love in any language speaks to the heart. When you truly love someone, it shows in everything you do. There are certain characteristics that accompany love. When you are in … 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
Wedding vows are spoken before God, our families, and our friends. Sadly, wedding vows are also broken before God, our families, and our friends. I found the following story in a devotional, “The Word for You Today,” from Immanuel Bible … Continue reading
Do you know people who are set in their ways and refuse to change? They squeeze the toothpaste tube from the middle and leave the cap off when they finish using it. Or they throw their clothes on the floor … Continue reading
I trust you have had a great week with few complaints and lots of gratitude. Thank you for your participation in the No Complaining Challenge. It’s been fun and I hope you will continue to look for the positives in … Continue reading
It is so exciting to see how many of you have decided to continue the No Complaining Challenge for three days in a row. Bravo!! You’ve come this far, why not do it again today? Up to this point in … Continue reading