Inspirational speaker & author
Sue Keddy is a real tonic and an intrepid adventurer for Jesus! She has enjoyed picnics in a junk boat on the South China Sea, ridden a camel on the shores of the Arabian Sea, and celebrated wedding anniversaries on deserted stretches of beaches in the Philipines and Guam.
God has taken her into the squalor of Vietnamese refugee camps, into dozens of cardboard huts in a slum in the Dominican Republic, into houses made out of cow dung in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan, into hundreds of Chinese schools in Hong Kong, and back to Canada … to be His Ambassador.
Sue is also no stranger to grief.
In the space of two years she lost her husband, her only brother and her father. She and her late husband, Jim, were missionaries in Hong Kong for 18 years until his death in 2005. She stayed in Hong Kong a few more years before returning to Canada where she now leads women’s ministries.
In her own words:
“I am a follower and lover of Jesus who has been continuously wowed by His love, His grace and His willingness to use me. I was born into a pastors home then grew up and married a pastor. We had two amazing sons who gave us two amazing daughter-in-laws and I’m still waiting for the amazing grandchildren! Jesus has filled my life with adventure!
He has taken me (all over the world) …. to be His hands, His feet and His heart, to the lost, the lonely, the broken and the forgotten… Jesus has never left me, always provided for me and proven to be all that I need, which is why my heart pounds to make him famous!
Author, speaker & blogger
Mary DeMuth is the author of 17 books, including Beautiful Battle: A Woman’s Guide to Spiritual Warfare, Everything: What You Give and What You Gain to Become Like Jesus and a memoir entitled Thin Places.
Her prayer as a writer is that in the pages of her books, you’ll meet Jesus who can take your deepest wounds, and darkest trials, and turn them into the most stunning triumphs. She loves to help people live uncaged, freedom-infused lives.
Mary has spoken around the world about breaking free from the past, and her ‘live your life uncaged’ message permeates her daily blog.
Her family planted a church in southern France, and they now live in Texas. Mary has been married 22 years and has three amazing teens.