- 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
Sue shares insight about success and failure, and how it begins in our minds. Through our mental perspective, we shape our insight on how we may succeed or fail. As the saying goes, “It’s all a matter of perspective”.
Sue’s guest is Titania Lindfors, who shares her testimony about facing personal challenges, and experiencing a miraculous visitation that changes her life forever.
Titania has written a book about her life and this awesome experience with Christ, titled Jesus Appeared: A Modern Day Miracle.
Pastor Jim Tolle is the Pastor of El Camino Metro, a new church in Los Angeles which offers services in both Spanish and English. Pastor Tolle began El Camino Metro in February 2013 after being asked to start more churches by the leadership of The Church On The Way, where he pastored the Hispanic congregation, for the previous 12 years, building it into one of the largest congregations in the United States. Trained and mentored by the well-known pastor, Dr. Jack W. Hayford, Jim Tolle and his staff have also started 40 other churches.
Sue shares the importance of making every day count. Sue also explains how the power of our words and thoughts shape our vision on how we see our lives.
Eliminate These Words : Say These Instead
I can’t I can
If only I will
I don’t think I know
I don’t have the time I will make the time
I’m afraid I’m confident
I don’t believe I’m sure
[replay from May 24, 2014]
Carol Doyel is a former real estate agent that started her own online magazine targeting women over 50, called livingbetter50.com.
LivingBetter50.com is an online women’s magazine covering everything from “Health-to-Wealth” including; health, fitness, fashion, travel, money, business, relationships and faith – To encourage women to live better physically, emotionally, financially, and spiritually!
To find out more about Carol Doyel and her online magazine, go to http://livingbetter50.com
Gene Landers sharing his personal testimony, early struggles with sexual addiction, and how Jesus Christ has used all of that to His good.
I CHOOSE LOVE . . .
No occasion justifies hatred;
no injustice warrants bitterness, I choose love.
Today I will love God and what God loves.
I CHOOSE JOY . . .
I will invite my God to be the God of circumstance,
I will refuse the temptation to be cynical . . .
the tool of the lazy thinker. I will refuse to see
people as anything less than human beings, created by God.
I will refuse to see any problem as anything less than
an opportunity to see God.
I CHOOSE PEACE . . .
I will live forgiven, I will forgive so that I may live.
I CHOOSE PATIENCE . . .
I will overlook the inconveniences of the world. Instead of
cursing the one who takes my place, I’ll invite him to do so.
Rather than complain that the wait is too long,
I will thank God for a moment to pray. Instead of clinching my fist
at new assignments, I will face them with joy and courage.
I CHOOSE KINDNESS . . .
I will be kind to the poor, for they are alone.
Kind to the rich, for they are afraid. And kind to the unkind
for such is how God has treated me.
I CHOOSE GOODNESS . . .
I will go without a dollar before
I take a dishonest one. I will be overlooked before I will boast,
I will confess before I will accuse. I choose goodness.
I CHOOSE FAITHFULNESS . . .
Today I will keep my promises,
My debtors will not regret their trust. My associates will not
question my word. My wife will not question my love.
And my children will never fear that
their father will not come home.
I CHOOSE GENTLENESS . . .
Nothing is won by force. I choose to be gentle.
If I raise my voice may it be only in praise.
If I clench my fist, may it be only in prayer.
If I make a demand, may it be only of myself.
I CHOOSE SELF-CONTROL . . .
I am a spiritual being . . .
After this body is dead, my spirit will soar.
I refuse to let what will rot, rule the eternal.
I choose self-control. I will be drunk only by joy.
I will be impassioned only by my faith.
I will be influenced only by God.
I will be taught only by Christ.
I choose self-control.
Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness,
Goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
To these I commit my day.
If I succeed, I will give thanks.
If I fail, I will seek His grace.
And then, when this day is done,
I will place my head on my pillow and rest.