I’m Suzanne Eller, but I hope you’ll call me Suzie.
For the past several years I’ve written, spoke, and communicated that God is a healer. Many of you joined in and God has healed you, or you are in the process of restoration. In the past year I’ve sensed this call to take it deeper. You see, at some point, we take this beautiful gift that God has given us and we start sharing it with others.
I envision women all over the world.
These are women who are healed, healing, single, married, all races, all cultures, older, younger. . . who desire to make a difference in the world with their faith.
We are standing shoulder to shoulder, following wherever Jesus leads. When we stand shoulder to shoulder, we are resisting the enemy, breaking chains of sin and suffering, and acting with love and compassion.
I love nothing more than watching God work in a the heart of a woman reaching for him, because he reaches for her first.
Suzie is a Proverbs 31 Ministries writer, ECPA bestselling author, and listed in the Top 100 Christian women bloggers three years in a row.
She’s an International speaker and Bible teacher. She’s ministered to women all across the U.S. and in several countries over the past decade. She has the heart of a spiritual mama, and loves nothing more than watching God work in the heart of a woman.
Suzie writes devotions for Encouragement for Today, reaching nearly a million women daily. She’s guested as a Bible teacher on First5.org, an app that reaches millions of women across the world.
She’s a popular media guest, and has been featured on Focus on the Family, Aspiring Women, Harvest Show, 100 Huntley Street, KLOVE, Daystar and many others. She’s a regular contributor to KLRC radio’s Words that Make a Positive Difference.
Suzie is an author of hundreds of articles and columns, and ten books including her most recent, Come With Me: Discovering the Beauty of Following Where He Leads.
Her devotional, Come With Me: A Year of Walking With Jesus releases in October, 2017.
She’s mom to three grown children and their spouses, wife to Richard, and “Gaga” to six beautiful grand babies under the age of six.
When she’s not writing, she’s with her family, hiking, dancing with the grand babies at the Farmer’s Market, filling the kitchen with her love language of cooking, and holding conversations of faith around the table.