Faith Influencer, International Speaker,  Bestselling author, Biblical Leadership

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        Lead a Women Who Move Mountains Group

Sue Detweiler bestselling author, international speaker
Women Who Move Mountains

Become a Woman Who Moves Mountains

Faith Influencer, Bible Teacher, bestselling author

SUE DETWEILER is a faith influencer, bible teacher, author, speaker, and podcast host of Healing Rain on Charisima Podcast Network with over 25 years of experience in leadership, ministry and education.

15 Things to Give Up in the New Year

15 Things to Give Up in the New Year

15 Things to Give up in 2021 As we move into 2021, here are 15 Things to Give Up in the New Year.  If you give up these 15 things you will experience more joy and fulfillment than every before.  Take time to prayerfully reflect on letting these 15 things go forever....

5 Things your Single Friends Need from You

5 Things your Single Friends Need from You

Our culture, and the Christian subculture in particular, is couple's focused. [Tweet "Special occasions, like Valentine's Day, can feel isolating for those who don't have a spouse"].  Here are a few things you can do to encourage your single friends and family...

You are Invited to Lead Women Who Move Mountains Group

You are Invited to Lead Women Who Move Mountains Group

Lead Women Who Move Mountains Group You are invited to lead Women Who Move Mountains Group. You can make a difference in the lives of other women. You can help them move the mountains of fear, rejection, brokenness, shame, anxiety, sadness, perfectionism, timidity,...

Bold Perseverance

Bold Perseverance

Bold Perseverance Have you found yourself wavering over God's promise in your life? Do you have a bold dream but you are afraid to take a risk? Have you already stepped out in faith, but things aren't going according to plan and you feel like giving up? [Tweet "If you...

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Choices of a Life-Giving Mom

Choices of a Life-Giving Mom

Every Life-Giving Mom faces daily choices of how she is going to respond to the struggles of her child. Sometimes these choices are split-second decisions.

When Rachel was going into her freshman year of high school she wanted to go out for her soccer team. I wanted to help her. I was experiencing my own sense of loss of my firstborn flying out of my homeschool nest into her first public school adventure.

I began to train with Rachel. We ran the path together — the same trail that we had nicknamed “the butterfly path” because the butterflies landed on our hats and shoulders. The butterflies represented a new beginning. As we ran together our relationship strengthened.

The evening before soccer try-outs I could tell that Rachel was upset. What was my clue? Well she came to me in tears.

“Mom, we have to run the mile tomorrow. It’s my last chance to make the team,” she said. Reading between the lines, I knew what she was feeling… insecure… alone… afraid to fail…wanting to be accepted.

“What do you want me to do Rachel? Do you want me to come to practice?” I asked.

She nodded “yes” as she wiped her tears. Her red puffed up face reminded me of the cute little toddler that had disappeared in a grown-up teenage body.

The next day I showed up beside the track and smiled at my daughter as she prepared to run. Then, as she came around the track for her final lap, I listened to the coach calling out the time. I knew she wasn’t going to make it.

What should I do? I felt helpless on the sidelines watching as she slowed down even more…What was I going to do? What would you do if it was your daughter?

I will share what I chose to do in my next blog of A Life-Giving Mom. As I close this post I want you to think about the power of influence that you have as a Life-Giving Mom. Your choices matter. Your choices impact the lives of the next generation. Your choices impact their choices.

I welcome your comments. Let’s encourage each other on this journey of being A Life-Giving Mom.

Sue Detweiler

Sue Detweiler, Speaker, Author of 9 Traits of a Life-Giving Mom


     Sue Detweiler, author of 9 Traits of a Life-Giving Mom believes that it is possible to  take down the super-mom facade long enough to transform the hidden places of a mom’s heart. Sue admits that she like most moms, has moments where her own unresolved issues come to the surface. What do we do with our own imperfections?  Join Sue as she blogs about becoming a Life-Giving Mom by replacing your worst with God’s best.

About The Author

SUE DETWEILER is a mother of six, author, speaker, podcast host of Healing Rain, and faith influencer with over 25 years of experience in leadership, ministry and education. Sue and her husband Wayne lead a nonprofit called Life Bridge Today and attend Upperroom Dallas.

Sue Detweiler author, speaker, coach, pastor

About Sue Detweiler

Sue Detweiler is a wife, mother of six, author, and pastor with more than twenty-five years of experience in marriage, ministry, and education. She is also a popular speaker who shares her heart and wisdom internationally on issues related to marriage, family, women, prayer, leadership, and ministry.
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Sue is a very perceptive coach who empowers you live out your God-given dream. She is an empathetic listener who is transparent about her own mistakes as a wife, mother, and leader. She walks with you as you answer God’s call on your life. Her special focuses in life coaching include marriage, family, and leadershipClick Here to find out more about upcoming coaching events

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Sue Detweiler is a gifted Bible teacher and speaker at churches and conferences. She is a prophetic encourager and compassionate communicator who articulates profound truths in simple and relatable ways. Sue and her husband Wayne Detweiler have planted southeast of Dallas Texas Click Here to invite Sue to Speak