- 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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This week, Sue reminds us that Satan is real, as well as the existence of spiritual warfare, and the tools he likes to use against us in this ongoing battle. Although we are aware of the existence of Satan, know that he is defeated and remember that God created you to be a winner.
Sue asks us to evaluate the past year and look forward to 2015. God has assignments for each one of us and we need to be able to assess those assignments, work towards accomplishing them, and be mindful of God through it all.
Sue and her guest Joshua Walker talk about why God created each of us for according to His purpose and how we can glorify Him in all that we do. Joshua changed careers in 2001 from mechanical engineering in the aerospace industry to ministry. He is currently serving as the President of Eternity Bible College in Simi Valley, California
Sue and her Guest Melody Rossi discuss Melody’s book, “Sharing Christ’s Love with the Dying.” They go into death, spiritual birth, and making each day count. Melody is the Founder and Executive Director of Cloud & Fire Ministries, an organization that reaches out to children and teens in gang neighborhoods of Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley.
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.