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Susan McGeown

Author, Speaker, & Teacher

Thoughts

Thoughts

Life, Death, and Strength In The Moment

Posted by Susan McGeown on 23 December, 2017 at 17:30 Comments comments (0)

Because you are my helper,

I sing for joy in the shadow of your wings. (Psalm 63:7 NLT)


My younger sister died when I was fifteen. Born with the genetic disease Cystic Fibrosis, her death was not a shock; more like a reality I grew up with. I remember the church family praying for a miracle healing as her health deteriorated. She was eleven when she died, and hers was the first wake and funeral I attended. ...

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I Will Speak

Posted by Susan McGeown on 23 December, 2017 at 17:30 Comments comments (0)

I do not have the profound words of the experienced business man and I cannot advise on matters of law or provide insight on the deep political implications of world matters. But I have my own words and…


… I will speak.


Perhaps you do not value my words as much as others. It is possible you hear my advice and doubt its reality or even question my sanity. But I know my words carry just as much weight as others…


…if n...

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OMG!

Posted by Susan McGeown on 3 August, 2013 at 11:10 Comments comments (0)

OMG!

Most of us know what this strange looking collection of letters means but for those who don’t it’s the texting equivalent to the expression, “Oh my God!”  From the first moment that I was asked to preach, I’ve known I wanted to talk about the phrase, “Oh my God!”


Being a little Baptist girl, I grew up with a healthy respect for the phrase, “Oh my God!”  “Thou sh...

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Motherhood & The Martyr Complex

Posted by Susan McGeown on 10 January, 2010 at 16:10 Comments comments (0)

The Martyr Complex

Well, the first thing that popped into my head was the aura that motherhood carries with it of the whole dignified, humble, nurturing person … the eternal martyr.  You know, sacrificing for the kids, the husband, the good of the home. The words selfish or even “me first” is not supposed to be attributed to a mom, is it?  We are the point wo...

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