Leslie Basham: Sue Thomas has worked for the FBI, and she’s been the inspiration for a TV program, but one of her most meaningful activities is finding homeless people on cold streets. She’s planning on doing it this holiday season.
Sue Thomas: I know where I want to be every Christmas. I want to be on the streets with the homeless. Each year now for the last thirteen years we’ve traveled to Washington, D.C. I remember them very well from my FBI days how many homeless live on the street.
Leslie: This is Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, author of The Wonder of His Name, for November 30, 2017.
If you’ve missed any of the programs this week. I hope you’ll visit ReviveOurHearts.com and catch up. Nancy’s been talking with Sue Thomas who lost her hearing at eighteen months. Because of the investment of her parents and some teachers and coaches, she became a musician and ice skater. She also worked for the FBI, reading lips during surveillance operations and inspired a TV series.
She visited our studio and is reading Nancy’s lips as they talk. Let’s listen as they pick up the conversation.