Publications by Suzanne
Running to the Empty Tomb: Finding the Joy in Easter
Does Easter pass in a blur of colored eggs and feasting but leave you spiritually craving for more? This though-provoking devotional will reignite your love for God and deepen your grasp of the Gospel You will joyfully run to discover the empty tomb and what it means for you. The book consists of meditations with Scripture for each weekday from Ash Wednesday until Jesus’ last week of ministry on Earth (Holy Week), plus meditations for each day of Holy week, including Palm Sunday, the weekdays of Holy Week, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday. There are 36 mediations in all.
A Bible Study for Your Easter Journey: Companion to Running to the Empty Tomb
The plates were stacked in the dishwasher, and the Easter dinner guests travelled back to their homes. As I put my feet up, I felt a deep disappointment. Easter, the most important event on my Christian calendar, had flashed past and all that was left were colored eggs with dye beading off, dirty placemats, and foil candy wrappers. I missed something important. That’s why I wrote this Bible study. It is an eight week preparation for Easter, and is unique in its engagement of not only mind and spirit, but body as well. If you want to renew the joy of your salvation, grab a friend or delve alone with this Bible Study. It may be used as a companion to the devotional, Running to the Empty Tomb: Finding the Joy of Easter, or used alone.
The Bible Study can be purchased on Amazon.
“A Hidden Story” Document to the People Winter Issue 2012, Vol 40, No. 4
A “Hidden Story” tells the true tale of American Indians’ crucial involvement in World Wars I and II. These heroes used their native tongues to code messages, which saved American lives, yet their stories remained untold until most of the participants had died.
“A Mother, Not a Queen”
Mothers Always Write: A literary magazine by mothers for mothers
“A Mother Not a Queen” assures mothers that though we all fail at times, our failures can be conduits to growth and forgiveness.