On May 24th I will celebrate my 71st birthday with much celebration and joy! It will be exactly 1 year since I was diagnosed with lung cancer (The day before my birthday) and then four months ago it was the fight of my life with Covid! Today I am still cancer free after my last… Continue reading Glorious 71 Years!
God is at work on His canvas in the hills of Vermont with His glorious colors waiting for His perfect time to bring forth the mighty splendors of autumn! As God is creating His spectacular beauty for the world to marvel, He is building WaterBrooks for His glory and the hope of His people. WaterBrooks,… Continue reading The Sanctuary of WaterBrooks
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
Find out why Sue Thomas loves spending Christmas out on cold streets . . . with homeless people. Join us again here on Revive Our Hearts. Learn about Operation Silent Night! or find us on Facebook
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