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Sue is a Follower of Jesus Christ and the CEO of Elah Ministries, Inc. A 501c3 offering hope, healing, and deliverance through her ministering to hurting souls, her published books, short stories, blogs, Facebook, and website. She loves playing in the dirt and feeding seagulls on the beach along with a good book in hand is her favorite.

  • Now That’s Faith!

      The sun is beating down. Sweat pours down men’s sides, down their faces, rags are dug out to swipe the sweat from their eyes as the crowd closes in closer and closer and closer. A woman leaves her chair… Read More ›

  • An Unexpected Trip

    The T.V. is turned off and having gone to bed the woman sighs loudly, stretches, lies back, and suddenly remembers she forgot to brush her teeth. She rises with a groan while throwing her feet off the side of the… Read More ›

  • The Narrow Road – True Story

    Running along the trail, his footfalls resound upward and leave a deep resounding thump, thump. thump like a drum beat in a cave. The birds stop their singing and take flight as he lifts his head and screams, “Why God?… Read More ›

  • Injured at Sea

    The anticipation is high and the drive is long as the two friends head for the beach. There’s been hurricane watches along the Eastern coast but the hurricane is still out to sea far enough for no warnings being warranted…. Read More ›

  • The Homeless Angel

    Rising early the woman grabs her list of the items she needs to get at the retail store. She rushes out to the car thinking about all the chores she has lined up and errands she has to run. Pulling… Read More ›

  • The Spirit’s Alive

    Cars line to enter the already packed parking lot. The sun is bright and hot but it hasn’t detoured the saints from coming. People are already standing at the doors waiting to enter the sanctuary and the women fan themselves… Read More ›

  • Ya’ Just Never Know

    The weeks have been long and tiring for the woman. Her husband has been ill and now as she stands by his graveside the tears flow. She didn’t think she had any more tears but her wet cheeks have proven… Read More ›

  • The Trumpet

    By Sue Cass The moon shines brightly in one part of the land and in another the sun is shining brightly on a beautiful summer day. In one part of the world the workers are in their fields and the… Read More ›

  • Dinner Guests

    A soft breeze rustles the thick leaves on the abundance of trees. The grass is dark green and lush, and the Azaleas are in full bloom basking in the warm sun. The woman goes to her garage and picking up… Read More ›

  • Little But Tough

    The skate board flies out from under his feet and lands several feet away. The boy picks himself up off the ground, crying and rubbing his knees. A Man standing near by watching slowly walks to the boy and asks,… Read More ›

  • Answered Prayer

    Snow fills the valleys. Trees are laden with the white fluffiness of their intruders. Branches sag under the weight. A Cardinal, dressed in his bright red suit, sits on a snow-covered branch and chirps out his song for all to… Read More ›

  • Hard Lessons

    Four young men stand gaping up at the mountain. One is determined to climb while the others try to talk him out of it, telling him he is inexperienced and will never make it. The young man takes a deep… Read More ›

  • With Me or Without Me

    The city lights have dimmed and the crowds have gathered. The people have been protesting and groups for one side of the controversy gather on one side of the street while others on the other side of the controversy gather… Read More ›

  • Sweet Aroma

    The child stands at the edge of heaven. She’s curious about what goes on below and stands quietly while pondering all that she sees. Waves of strife waffle up to her, streaks of stress zip past, anger thunders through the… Read More ›

  • Three Swans

    The trees and flowers are in full bloom. The Cherry trees blossoms are in their pink and white splendor. The Azaleas are full with a variety of colors as they line the parks pathway. The birds can be heard chirping… Read More ›

  • True Freedom

    The roar of helicopters fill the air over the jungles as soldiers stomp through the marshes. Their lives are at stake and yet they continue to move forward protecting those within their country. The sacrifice, they say, is well worth… Read More ›

  • The Unexpected Guest

    Two children lie flat on their backs in the back yard of their home on the lush green grass. The sky is a beautiful blue with a few puffy clouds lingering about just to entice the children to try to… Read More ›

  • The "Prophet"

    As people leave their cars and file into the church the air is filled with conversations and anticipation. The seats begin to fill. There are no drums, guitars, or keyboards. No instruments fill a corner of the room. Someone is… Read More ›

  • One Little Flower

    One Little Flower At times we feel there is no hope when we see a country in decline. We pray, we speak out in earnest, and yet things seem to only get worse. There are times we see a bit… Read More ›

  • Be Still

    The beach is crowded on this bright sunny day. Families are on vacation and slathered with suntan lotion they sprawl out on lounge chairs and blankets. Umbrella’s are opened protecting from the sun’s bright rays. Children’s laughter and innocent screams… Read More ›

  • Risking it All

      The moon is partly hidden in the dark sky. The crew is sound asleep after a hard days work. Snores fill the firefighters rooms and dreams flicker through their minds. The blare of the alarm brings all snapping to… Read More ›

  • Life or Death?

    High school is difficult in some ways. All the parties, keeping up with homework, and not disappointing the peers with their high expectations. Dating is fun but who knew what was expected to be popular with the guys. The new… Read More ›

  • The Tree

    Fred has had a rough life. His childhood was filled with hurt, pain, disappointment, betrayal, and abuse. Mom and Dad didn’t know the Lord and made fun of those “high and mighty do-gooders.” As the years came and gone he… Read More ›

  • Invisible Protection

    The young lady giggles as she swings her boyfriends hand back and forth as they leave the sandy beach walking side by side. They stop at a window in the side of a building and buy a slice of pizza… Read More ›

  • "The Narrow Road" ~ JUST RELEASED ~

    Four year old Brian stands gaping at the large cement, drab gray building, and screams, “That’s not my home! Where’s my Daddy?” Follow Brian’s courageous, heart wrenching, and grace filled story into adulthood after being “dumped” in an orphanage in… Read More ›