Sue Thomas: Nothing But the Truth
Diagnosed as totally deaf at the age of 18 months, Sue Thomas nevertheless went on to a successful career in the FBI. Her exploits were dramatized in the popular TV series, "Sue Thomas F.B. Eye." As an international speaker, Sue has shared the story of God's power to use her mightily in spite of tremendous obstacles. Now, Sue tells of her inner struggle to come to terms with her deafness. The painful reality of her situation led her to accuse God and tell an embarrassing lie that almost led to her expulsion from Bible Seminary. What did it take to bring Sue to a place of full surrender at the cross?
Sue's message is a personal call to "homecoming" for those who struggle to find their place in God's plan. It is also a call to the church to turn from the distracting noise of popular culture and return to her first love.
Sue Thomas: Breaking the Sound Barrier
You know of her through the TV series "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye." Now here is the rest you didn't know, and her story is sure to capture a place in your heart. When only 18 months old, Sue suffered a total loss of hearing. Her parents determined to help her become part of the "hearing world," so they enrolled her in a special school where she learned to speak and read lips. At age seven, Sue became the youngest ever Ohio State Champion free-style skater. Later she took up trumpet and piano and became an accomplished classical pianist. Sue's parents taught her that with God's help, she could accomplish anything.
After college and graduate school, Sue was hired by the FBI. Her outstanding ability to read lips led to work in undercover surveillance as dramatized in the popular television series, "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye." Sue’s role is played by Deanne Bray, who is also a deaf woman.
Despite her success with the FBI, Sue felt something still was missing. Following further graduate studies, she had a burning desire to proclaim the love and forgiveness of God, which she does as a speaker nationally before civic, professional and church groups. She is interviewed regularly on television and radio. She has also authored her best selling autobiography, "Silent Night." When not on the road speaking, Sue lives in Ohio with her golden retriever.
But Sue's amazing story does not end there. She has been diagnosed with the debilitating illness Multiple Sclerosis that affects her mobility and vision. Yet she meets this challenge head-on as she has every other obstacle. In this program, Sue tells how God helped her overcome daunting obstacles to share her message of hope and inspiration with others.
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