- Sue Fries [FREES]
(The Termite Lady)
- Owner of ECOLA
Termite & Pest Management
- Host of The Sue Fries Show on 99.5 KKLA
About Sue Fries
“This book is an invaluable asset to help anyone with asthma to take back their life.” – Dr. Natalie A. Nevins, /CEO, AD+World Health Corp.
“This important book elegantly records for us the effect of asthma on the patient and family. I highly recommend this book for patients, parents, and professionals.” – Chris Landon MD FAAP, FCCP, CMD, Director of Pediatrics Ventura County Medical Center; Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Southern California School of Medicine; Department of Pediatric Pulmonology, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
“Essential reading… Heartrending, thrilling, and richly informative, Sue Fries’ journey to save her son from asthma will inspire you to be more heroic in your own life.” – J. Rentilly, MensHealth.com
“As a mother who has raised an asthmatic child, as well as someone who has lost a loved one to respiratory distress, I know firsthand the sheer terror of what most take for granted: God’s gift of breath. In Learning to Breathe, Susan Fries singlehandedly confronts the battle against poor indoor air quality. In her quest to save her own son, she acquires a life-long mission: a better way to live, a better way to breathe. Quite simply, Ms. Fries life story is inspirational.” – Kim Gosselin, author, The ABCs of Asthma
“Learning to Breathe is a heart-felt and thought-provoking journey of a family’s quest for answers to a son’s asthmatic condition. The author’s search and eventual discoveries provide us with a compass for navigating through the morass of medical jargon about this nearly-epidemic condition.” – Dr. Case Adams, author of Asthma Solved Naturally: The Surprising Underlying Causes and Hundreds of Natural Strategies to Beat Asthma
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Sue and her guest Jaclyn Hodos discuss coming to God, and both women give some advice on life and faith. Jaclyn is a recording artist from Youngstown, Ohio, and has been preforming publically since the age of 11. She has recorded a demo with Ole’Publishing in Nashville, TN and is currently writing her sophomore EP in Los Angeles, CA, where she lives.
Travis DeVoid, who served in the United States Marine Corps for 6 years. He has been on two tours of duty, one in Iraq and one in Africa, both 7 month deployments. Currently, Travis is teaching dance and finding therapy in dancing to help with his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Though the dancing helps work through his PTSD, Travis looks to seek full time employment while continuing to teach. The most important thing for Travis is that he is back in church refocusing his life on God. God has always been in his life as a child growing up but walking in the light is not an easy thing as we are all challenged every day.
Sue discusses how you can get the most out of your career. If you’re at a place in your life where you feel “stuck”, Sue has some advice on how to get moving forward again.
This week, Sue and her guest, Josh Shoemaker, talk about scripture being taken out of context, and how we can gain better Biblical understanding. As Sue says, “What we don’t know can hurt us.” Josh is a graduate of Biola University with a Master’s Degree in Christian Apologetics, and teaches proper Biblical interpretation.
Sue talks about how you can be happy and fulfilled in your work and your life. She goes into the differences between “work” and “your job”, and shares advice on how you can be sure that God is satisfied with the work you are doing.
Your Seven Question Job Analysis
1. Are you really happy with what you are presently doing?
2. Is your present job actually a short-range or long-range goal?
3. Are your God-given gifts and strongest talents being developed?
4. Are you working just to pay your bills and have fun or to truly express a contribution to life and to this world?
5. Do you feel that God is satisfied with what you are doing now?
6. Do you feel that you are doing the highest quality of work that you are capable of doing?
7. Do you feel like you are working “as unto the Lord”?
How to Determine What You Really Want In a Job
1. How much income do you personally feel that you need to consider yourself financially successful?
2. What kind of problems do you really love to solve?
3. What kind of environment do you find most enjoyable?
4. What are your social needs?
5. What kind of family life or time do you feel necessary for you?
6. What level of social approval and respect do you need?
7. What kind of financial future is necessary for your peace of mind?
Four Rewards Your Work Should Provide For You
1. A sense of worth, pride, and significance.
2. A sense of achievement and progress.
3. A sense of personal growth.
4. Sufficient finances to provide adequately for your needs and those you love
Kärin is one of a handful of women in North America who currently lead international mission organizations. She is the CEO of visionSynergy, a non-profit organization focused on helping mission organizations work together to develop partnerships and networks focused on reaching the unreached people of the world with limited access to the Gospel. Kärin’s passion for facilitating collaboration among ministries has grown out of twenty years of international mission experience, having lived and worked in South Africa, India and China, and traveled to more than 25 countries.
To find out more about Kärin’s ministry, visit visionsynergy.net
This week Sue discusses the start of a new season in your life, by making a choice to move forward and allowing God to move and work in your life. She also share some wisdom keys and emphasizes to move forward with God and don’t look back. What has happened in the past is just that…the past. Keep moving forward in your life now!
This week Sue and her guest Roger Smith tackle some common Biblical questions. Roger studied Greek and Hebrew at Concordia University and Vanguard University, which he uses to minister at Outbound Lutheran Church in Westminster, CA. The discussion of these questions comes back to having a personal relationship with God, and the definition of Grace.