About Susan

My name is Susan W (sue) Corbran. I am a writer, a Creative Memories consultant, a volunteer in Children's Ministry at my church, and an advocate for widows and gay Christians. I love helping people - whether it is by sharing my stories; consulting with others on how to preserve their most precious memories - photos and ways to tell their stories; or helping children learn about God - and for them to know that He loves them, no matter what! I am a Mom and a Grandma. I love to golf, travel, read, and listen to music (and play the piano and guitar, when available - simple songs!). Oh and I love to write - so be sure to read some of my blogs. I am a co-author of the book Emerge: Real Stories of Courage and Truth, An Amazon Best Seller, 2015, along with The Call to Soar, an Amazon Best Seller, 2016. An author of the ebook Five Simple Ways to Love Gay Christians You Need to Know Now, 2017, and other numerous blogs and articles for magazine contests. This year, 2017, I plan to publish a series of books for young adult (ages 9-14) in the genre of Christian Life. I also hope to publish a book of childhood memories (to share with my grandchildren). My hope is that God willl be praised and glorified by my writing for Him.

Finding the Positive in a Negative Experience

Conversations in a Camry - #3 As I pull up to a busy nightlife area in uptown Charlotte, I see orange cones placed between the lanes to encourage drivers to slow down. My GPS was directing me to turn right, but that road was blocked. So I pulled off to the side and called my

By | 2017-03-05T17:15:39+00:00 March 22nd, 2017|Conversations, Life Experiences|0 Comments

What I Learned at a Church & Culture Conference

Did you know that the rise of "the nones" is the fastest growing community in the U.S.? That is, the religiously unaffiliated group. One out of every five people is considered to be a none. In 2014, 39% of those under 30 were classified as nones. Read More

By | 2017-03-14T22:28:33+00:00 March 15th, 2017|Life Experiences, Self-Help|0 Comments