What a joy to be on the platform to encourage those wherever I may wander... This past month I had speaking in Tennessee, Ohio, and Washington, DC. It was DC that held one of the highlights of my speaking, I was invited to give a keynote address at the CIA! It is hard to believe… Continue reading Wanderings
https://soundcloud.com/reviveourhearts/finding-hope-in-the-silence-2 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… Continue reading Part 4 Finding Hope In The Silence
article written by Elaine Tomski and reprinted with permission by JPV Press He dozed in a rock-hard feeding trough lined with hay stubble. The night was cool, the stable dark. The pungent odor of manure fragranced the intake of His first breath. The bleat of a lamb, the swish of a cow’s tail and the sweet… Continue reading OSN by Elaine Tomski
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Leslie Basham: Sue Thomas is an expert at reading lips. It got her a job at the FBI, which inspired a TV program. But none of those things give her identity. Sue Thomas: But I don’t want the world to know me as “Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye.” I want the world to know me as… Continue reading Part 3 Haven’t I Suffered Enough?
Leslie Basham: Sue Thomas was working a desk job at the FBI when she was called to the front office. Sue Thomas: There was only two reasons a person went to the front office: It was to be terminated from their job or to be interrogated by the FBI agent. Leslie: She didn’t realize there… Continue reading Part 2 Hidden Talents and Hidden Hurts
Leslie Basham: When she was one-and-a-half years old, Sue Thomas lost all her hearing, but that didn’t stop Sue’s mother from giving her piano lessons. She could feel the music through her fingers. Sue Thomas: It was so interesting to feel the vibrations . . . different vibrations, all over where I played. But as… Continue reading Part 1 The World Goes Quiet
Sue Thomas in the studio with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth for Revive Our Hearts Radio