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128. Clips from the Communicators Collective Retreat!

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Release Date: 11/10/2022

140. Drift Ye Not show art 140. Drift Ye Not

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If you can picture Sue Duffield in a kayak adrift in the middle of a lake without a paddle, then that memory and depiction could coincide with a spiritual revelation that, quite frankly, is evident of many ministries, non-profits and Christian leaders today. Adrift. They've either lost their paddle or their anchor. This episode gives fair warning to those who have forsaken their original calling. There's reasons why some believers literally just drift away. But there's also a biblically prophetic reason too, that in the end times - some will just fall away. Be encouraged and be strengthened by...

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139. Tea Bag Therapy show art 139. Tea Bag Therapy

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There's such a strong correlation between the healing properties of used tea bags and the healing balm mentioned in the scriptures. And what a fun way to present the gospel too, knowing that (1) tea bags are great for chapped lips, (2) puffy eyes, (3) reducing swelling while stopping the bleeding, and (4) to get rid of pungent odor. Think about that for a moment: In the Kingdom, God's Word has the power to keep our mouths clean and to keep them shut when they need to be shut; God's Word has the power to reduce the self-inflicted puffiness and the healing of spiritual wounds; and God's Word has...

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138. Hope You Have UNStar! show art 138. Hope You Have UNStar!

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While taking a trip in a rental car, Sue accidentally pressed the "OnStar" button several times. She was eventually reprimanded by one of the OnStar associates, saying, "Ma'am, don't do that; do you think you're a superstar or something?" From that experience came this episode, "How to be an UNStar". Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr's super hit, "You Don't Have to be A Star" is the setting of this post. What a super explanation of what it takes to really be a star in the Kingdom of God. For the performer who just can’t wait to be noticed, Jesus strongly urges (much like the lyrics to the...

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137. The Truth Will Make You Mad show art 137. The Truth Will Make You Mad

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How dare Sue Duffield suggest that someone should only speak “their truth!” But what if this is “her truth?” Shouldn’t she be free and able to speak “her own truth?” Your truth (and her truth) may not be the actual truth, and that is not just her truth, but the truth. How confusing…truthfully. LOL. Episode 137 dares to challenge situational ethics. What does the truth do to people? Is it motivating to hear the truth, or is it something that makes you mad? And why does it seem that absolutes have disappeared and evaporated into thin air? And why can't we talk to each other...

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136. The Patty Duke Flu show art 136. The Patty Duke Flu

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Long before podcasting was a thing, blogging took over the world. It’s both fun and sobering to go back on the internet search and find articles, blog posts and pieces that Sue Duffield has written over the years. Go ahead - we dare you - just google , and you’ll get more that you’ll ever want or need! Now we're not saying that podcasting or vloging has taken over her medium of writing, but we will say that Sue doesn't do it quite as often as she used to. Thirteen years ago, Sue wrote this post called “The Patty Duke Flu”, and since the new year gave her a bought of upper respiratory...

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135. Merry Twixmas! show art 135. Merry Twixmas!

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What's become of the week between Christmas Day and New Year's Day? To quote the Jimmy Webb song, recorded by Frank Sinatra, "Whatever Happened to Christmas?", it could be even worse than this... Whatever happened to Christmas? It's gone and left no traces Whatever happened to the faces or the glow? Whatever happened to Christmas To the Christmas way of living? Whatever happened to the giving The magic in the snow? Remember the sights and the smells and the sounds And remember the cheery call Remember how love was all around Whatever happened to it all? Whatever happened to Christmas? The...

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134. Stories Of Christmas show art 134. Stories Of Christmas

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Sue Duffield loves Christmas story books. Today's episode is a compilation of an ebook entitled, "Santa's Greatest Gift - The Truth about Santa's Identity Wrapped in the Spiritual Meaning of Christmas", by Rebecca Gittrick Whitecotton, published by Bright Treasures at . Also, as Christmas stories come and go, there is still nothing like Luke's Gospel, chapter two, read from The Passion Translation. Merry Christmas from all of us here at the Suebiquitous Podcast and Sue Duffield Ministries. Don't EVER let the wonder of Christ's birth and His presence in your life disappear. www.sueduffield.com

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133. The Christmas We Downsized show art 133. The Christmas We Downsized

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It doesn't take much these days to realize, we do SO much better with less. Downsizing Christmas seems to be a trend but it surely isn't new. Episode 133 will take you on a journey of counting and categorizing the amount of decorations you might have. Sue Duffield also remembers a time when cutting back on spending during the holidays wasn't so much as a choice but a necessity. But we all know the truth: creating memories and making special times for your loved ones doesn't always have to cost a fortune. With every cut-back, there's an opportunity to replace that void with something even more...

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132. The Jeff Pearles Story show art 132. The Jeff Pearles Story

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It's great to have Jeff Pearles return for a second time on this podcast! Jeff has had a stellar career in Gospel Music singing bass for the King's Heralds, appearing on many Gaither Homecoming videos, as well as a studio singer and voice-over talent for audio books and events. But all of that could have come to a screeching halt with his diagnosis of Covid-19 and double pneumonia. The truth is, Jeff almost died, and Linda (his wife) both battled a severe bought of serious lung problems as a result of Covid-19. When someone contracts COVID, the lungs get small and stiff, which explains why...

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131. Let's Bake Some Cookies! show art 131. Let's Bake Some Cookies!

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No matter what your favorite Christmas cookie is, we all know the truth - you just can't have Christmas without cookies! In this episode, the Duffields take the cookie journey and recall the memories that go along with every recipe, every crazy kitchen caper and every tasty morsel that just can't be explained. Peanut butter blossoms, Archway's Cherry Chip Nougat (no longer in production - stupid!), homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies, Pizelles (Anise flavored), petit fours and ITALIAN COOKIES from Serpes Bakery in Elsemere, Delaware and Oakmont Bakery cookie...

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There's no way Sue Duffield could interview ALL the amazing women who attended this year's #CommunicatorsCollectiveRetreat, but the casualness of just walking around the Convention Center in Myrtle Beach and catching these usually predictable women in an off-the-cuff moment was just plain priceless. Sue shares an extremely humbled attitude, to be invited to this exclusive event (as a podcaster and influencer) but even more moved and challenged by these exceptional creatives who worship God in their own incredible way. Carol Kent couldn't have been more timely and on-point with her resilient messages.

Listen to be inspired and challenged while having a great laugh during this episode! Thanks to Angela Donadio and her vision to see such a "collective" of crazies come together! Oh, the stories that will be told over and over and over as we all navigate and steward this trailblazing future. Only God could do this. Only. God.

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