Susan received the call to missions at the young age of 18. Then, after more than 20 years of ministering in music with her family all across the USA, God decided it was time for her to move to Ecuador to begin a different kind of ministry. One that would be a little more "hands on" and that would require as much physical strength as it would spiritual.
Susan has now lived in this small country for nearly 12 years. She has dedicated her life to reaching lost souls at any cost. From riding hours in a dugout canoe down rivers with anaconda and piranha, to walking miles through the treacherous Amazon jungle avoiding venomous frogs and tarantulas, doing whatever it takes to reach one lost soul.
In her time here she has founded four churches, three of which are in rural communities an hour from town, and one, which stands as the mother church, is located in the city of Puyo.
With shamanism, witchcraft and idol worship being common in the Amazon region, Susan's burden for the Ecuadorian people only grows stronger as the years go by knowing that the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ is near.