121. ENCORE Episode with Evie!

There's only one Evie Karlsson. One. And for all of us who are huge fans of her music and her testimony, you will not be disappointed in the heart of this amazing woman. This is an encore broadcast from earlier in 2022; highlighting some of the best of the Suebiquitous Podcast year.

Her world-wide fame never overwhelmed her. Evie is as real as it gets. Sue and Evie not only share their Jersey history, but a friendship that has gone on for decades. Her mother, Inge, recently passed since the recording of this episode, but we know that Inge is dancing in the presence of the Lord!



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120. Revisiting the Dave Clark Episode!

In a previous episode here on the Suebiquitous Podcast, Jeff and I featured Dave Clark, a Nashville award-winning songwriter and musician. Of course, that's my description of him, as he'd never say it like that! But revisiting this ENCORE episode this week, I was once again thankful for this new friend and his heart to leave a legacy for his children. In a town filled with fluff, finance and frivolity (when it comes to writing songs), it's no wonder that Dave Clark stands out above many. Dave writes "thinking songs." HE'S the one who should be living in a castle somewhere on a Tennessee hill, but he's content to write the songs that the supposed castle-dwellers inhabit. I admire his word-smith ways, but especially love his heart for a GOOD story. Keep writing, Dave - the world needs your troubadour-ish ways.




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119. Tell Them Your Story

We have stories to tell. Lots of stories. And our generation is responsible to pass along those stories to our grandchildren. This episode gives guidelines and even creative ways to share you story with the younger ones. It's imperative that they know where they came from and it's a healthy thing for children to know the back stories of days gone by.

Joel 1:3
"Tell your children about it in the years to come, and let your children tell their children. Pass the story down from generation to generation."

There’s no need to wait until a special day or event to amaze and entertain grandchildren with stories of not only your past, but of their past, too. Children of all ages are fascinated by family history. As they should.

Tell them your story.



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118. Deanna Shrodes' Miraculous Story

Deanna Shrodes, first of all, is my friend. But she has a list of major accomplishments - a singer, an author, and completing her Master in Leadership and Doctorate in Ministry from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida. She serves in ministry alongside her husband of 35 years, Larry, who pastors Celebration Church in Tampa. She also is director of Women’s Ministries for the Peninsular Florida District of the AG, where she leads teams supporting women’s ministry in churches, plus special events. 

A decade ago, Deanna prayed specifically for the Holy Spirit to reveal the name of her biological father. During several prayer times, she strongly sensed God telling her the name: "Gus." 

You will be greatly inspired by this episode! 


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117. Summer's End

August is never long enough for me.. I LOVE the last month of summer SO much. But soon it will be over and then we're on to Fall. What are the "fruits" of summer? Well, they're very synonomous with the fruits of the Spirit too. Let's never be without them.

Sue Duffield, your host here, will never let up on how important special summer days are in our seasonal journey of life. And those special days may also include the difficult ones too. I will always say, "Summer, you are my favorite hello and my hardest goodbye.”

"Summer's End" by Sue, has all the passion and strength to muster the faith to keep going and welcome a new season. “The seasons may change, but our good and loving Father in Heaven does not.”


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116. Super Sue!

Being a super woman is being supernatural according to the reality in Christ. All that we become through him by putting ON the good stuff, God has already provided through the knowledge of His LIVING Word.

Why it takes most of us such a long time to realize that we are "super" in the kingdom of God, I don't know. But instead of asking God for super human strength to stay ALIVE in the toughest of times, ask for God-like trust and super-sized faith to THRIVE!

This episode discusses three unknowns in scripture - Aksah, Sheerah and Serah (Serach). Super women, for sure. And also, the story of Anne Beatty, my grandmother.


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115. Now Hiring

The Suebiquitous Podcast journey has some twists, turns and questions on this episode. If it seems you've never been qualified for the work you've attempted to do but for some reason God gives you the ability to somehow figure it out, then you'll definitely relate to this content for sure.

What if God was hiring? Sue Duffield wants to know... What if God hung a sign in the heavenlies right now that says, “NOW HIRING!” What would that look like to you? Would any of us be qualified? Well, if there was ever a job description in the kingdom of God, the apostle Paul would rank right up there ready to fulfill that extreme position of working FOR Jesus.. Philippians 1:6 "And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ."




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114. What If?

This short, bonus episode, "What If?", gives hope that "even if" might be a better choice of words when it comes to faith, trust and a whole lot of expectation of "things hoped for." This is an honest and vulnerable devo of sorts, that Sue Duffield encountered and lived as recent as this week.

God is enough; He is sufficient for all our needs. But this episodic reminder is a spin of major proportion, showing how in "one single second" everything could, can and will change. It's a serious look at what happens when we jump the gun, expecting the worst, and realizing later that as a parent, we can automatically think the worst. Sue shares one of her biggest turnarounds of emotion - experienced in one single second!

So maybe it's better stated, "EVEN THEN, (instead of "What If?) I WILL be happy with the Lord. I will find joy in God who saves me." (Habakkuk 3: 17-18)


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113. Smell-a-vision

What would happen if we could actually "smell" television shows, cooking shows, podcasts, etc.? Will that happen some day? Who knows! But the Duffields DO know this - "smell-a-vision" has been happening for years, and it's not always good! This episode (humorous as it is) takes a good look at how not to NOT "stink it up" as a Christian. Let's be the fragrance of Christ, and not the stench of death. Hope you laugh; and hope you think twice before you spread your odiferous life around!



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112. Release Day NEWS for "Couch to Kitchen Favorites" Album

Less of a "show-mercial", and more of a "behind the scenes" look at the Duffields' new EP entitled, "Couch to Kitchen Favorites", featuring the back stories of how it was recorded; the musicians featured; the songs selected and the reasons; and the joy of singing music that makes them happy! By far, one of the most eclectic albums they have ever recorded - with several genres ON ONE PROJECT!

For more information about how to download, listen or order the CD hard copy, get on www.sueduffield.com

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111. The Lisa Daggs Story

Sue Duffield sits down with Christian Country artist, LIsa Daggs, for a personal and reflective conversation about how she struggled through the challenges and temptations of an entertainer’s lifestyle. She worked to rediscover the inner peace she had lost. “I was full of self-will, running my own show, and believing I knew what was best for my life,” she recalls. Lisa forced her way through the process of overcoming the severe consequences caused by her previous lifestyle, but then turned her life over to the complete care of God, trusting Him for strength and guidance.

Sue's gem of a new friend, Lisa, courageously shares her own story of loss, redemption, and hope - to inspire everyone she meets. As a vocal performance artist Lisa has been honored with numerous awards including The Gospel Voice Diamond Award for Country Artist of the Year (other nominees included Charlie Daniels, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Raybon and Lee Ann Rimes), CCMA’s Entertainer of the Year and New Artist of the Year, and as “the brightest newcomer to the scene” by the Christian Country Research Bulletin. She is also a Gaither Homecoming Artist, and has traveled the world sharing her music and story.

For more about LIsa Daggs, www.lisadaggs.net


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110. It's Gotta Be True - I Read it Online!

This episode features Sue & Jeff Duffield and their "findings" online - about them, their ministry, and their family! Who would know that Jeff's Uncle Walt would be such a rock start in his day! His story continues even after his passing, leaving a legacy of new information no one in the family knew. Take the journey with them today, as they discover ways to keep the "Kingdom Builder" mentality alive in this culture. Work ethic? Yes. Reputation? Yes. Keep building your character as a believer in Christ. And won't it be great one day for someone to say about you, "It's gotta be true because I read it online!"


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109 Dr. Linda Mintle, "We Need to Talk"

Sue Duffield chats with "new" friend (but they've known about each other for years), Dr. Linda Mintle, and brings to light that conflict isn't bad - it's just how we deal with it. "We Need to Talk", one of Dr. Linda's latest books, is the discussion today. She is a bestselling author with 20 book titles to her credit, a radio host of the Dr. Linda Mintle Show, professor, national speaker, winner of the Mom’s Choice Award, a national news consultant and featured writer for Beliefnet. 

It is rare that a trained academic who speaks passionately to the heart of people providing real answers to real life problems is so relatable. And leave it to Sue to draw that out even more on this episode! They get "tawking", since Sue is a Jersey girl - all the while Dr. Linda’s cerebrally funny personality and expertise comes through whether she’s helping her audience stress less or laugh a lot when she shares how a student once called her Dr. "Mental!" Priceless.

For more info on this "Relationship Doctor", get on www.drlindamintle.com


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108. Dr. Jamie Morgan (Part Two)

Again, it's a pleasure to host Dr. Jamie Morgan (pastor, author, mentor, and prophetic voice) for this back-to-back episode - sharing her wisdom, her knowledge and her exciting approach to the gospel. Jamie continues to take her gifts and pass them on to many new women in ministries around the world. For more information on her mentorship program, get on www.trailblazermentoring.com


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107. Dr. Jamie Morgan

Dr. Jamie Morgan is an ordained minister who has been in ministry for decades as a senior pastor, teacher of the Word, evangelist, revivalist, reformer, a prophetic voice, conference speaker, podcaster, TV show host, author, and mentor. She has published four books (her most recent Thirsty: A 31-Day Journey to Personal Revival) and writes for Charisma and other publications around the world. Her podcast, Fire Starter on the Charisma Podcast Network, is rated in the top 1% of podcasts globally. She is a member of America’s National Prayer Committee and the Assemblies of God Prayer Committee.

Dr. Jamie is founder of Trailblazer Mentoring Network, a mentoring movement for women in ministry. Trailblazer Mentoring Network is for women of fire who are part of the end-time remnant of God, but who recognize their need for a mentor to walk in the FULLNESS of their calling.

What an honor to call her a "new" friend, and one you'll be hearing from A LOT in the next few weeks! It's the awakening of a modern-day evangelist!




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