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Susan Niswonger

I am a Home Missions Pastor's wife. I have been married to the most wonderful, Godly man in the world for 33 years. We have 2 sons, 2 grandson and 3 granddaughters. 42 years ago, at the age of 9, I was baptized in Jesus Name and received the Holy Ghost. It gets better every day.

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Hide And Seek

By Susan Niswonger / 3 years ago

Hide and Seek In the midst of preparing the chicken and rice and chopping the salad, I suddenly realize the house had grown eerily quiet.  The running footstep had stilled and the babbling voice attempting to read ABC books had ceased.  Caleb, where was Caleb, what was he into now?  CALEB, where are you?  He […]

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But God, The Pain Hurts

By Susan Niswonger / 3 years ago

But God, The Pain Hurts! Children learn at a very young age that touching something hot is not pleasant and they quickly withdraw their hands.  The words hurt and ouch are soon added to their vocabulary. As we mature, experience teaches us to avoid those activities most likely to cause pain.  There is a segment of […]

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A Hop, A Skip, And A Walk Around The Block

By Susan Niswonger / 3 years ago

A Hop, A Skip, And A Walk Around The Block If you want to experience life on another level, take a walk with a 2-year old.  Yesterday, while Mommy and Nathan went to visit the doctor, Caleb and Grandma went for a walk.  Walking with a child won’t get your heart rate up to a […]

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Why Pray?

By Susan Niswonger / 3 years ago

Have you ever heard anyone make the statement, “Why pray?”  It is usually in reference to lost hope and a lack of faith that prayer is going to make a difference.  During my morning devotions the thought entered my mind.  It wasn’t in reference to a lack of faith or the subject of my petition; […]

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Follow Me But Don’t Step in It

By Susan Niswonger / 3 years ago

Follow Me but Don’t Step in It   But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance. Saturday morning, armed with a plastic bag and trowel, I began the highly anticipated job of picking up what the dog had left behind. Wait, that’s not very spiritual. Let me […]

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Broken Toys

By Susan Niswonger / 4 years ago

A beautiful little boy came to live with a wonderful family. He brought such joy to the thankful Dad and Mom as they watched him grow and change. They wanted to buy him a special gift to show how much they loved him. Dad and Mom arrived home with a soft teddy bear. Little Boy […]

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