Sue Schlesman is excited to be back at Westminster teaching World Literature and Writing. Sue serves in her church through family ministries, mentoring, and missions; she speaks at conferences and retreats (local and foreign), blogs, and writes for several websites. Sue has published one children’s book (Best of Friends) and has a non-fiction book called Soulspeak releasing in August, 2019. She also is the Content Writer and Editor at The My Story Project (www.themystoryproject.com).
She has a B.A. in Creative Writing and a Masters in Theology, Arts, & Culture. As an English teacher and substitute for 30 years, Sue has taught every grade from K-12 and home-educated her 3 adult sons during their middle school years. She is passionate about influencing her students to read, think, and communicate critically about their world and about God’s plan to reconcile fallen cultures to Himself. You can find her philosophizing about life, education, family, and Jesus at www.susanwalleyschlesman.com.
"My latest book, Soulspeak: Praying Change into Unexpected Places uses stories, Scripture, and inspiration to teach you how to pray from the deepest places of your soul—from the longings, pain, bitterness, and hopelessness--right into the heart of God and the world around you. You can order it on Amazon or from Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. It is endorsed by New York Times bestselling authors Mark Batterson and Kevin Leman and a host of other acclaimed authors and spiritual leaders."