23. Word Police

The banter begins with palindromes, semordlinap and aibohphobia. Confused yet? Oh, you just wait till you hear this! Sue believes herself to be a recreational linguistic, while Jeff takes the broad road of black and white, and gets totally confused by it all! Suebiquitous at her best! LOL!

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22. Stink Bug-ology

Sue gets pretty intense around here about her history with stink bugs, but stay close - because you'll love how she turns it around to build your faith! It's probably a major Jesus-juke, but it works! Don't stink it up!

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21. I Miss Sunday School

Taking a journey back in time to when Sunday School buses filled the highways on an early Sunday morning, is what this episode is all about. Lots to learn, but even more - lots to appreciate. Funny stories always surround those days with great detail. I can still smell that bus!

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20. Masks On, Masks Off

It's true - we'll always abide by the rules, but wearing these blasted masks are making people do strange things.. Join Sue Duffield and her co-host, Jeff Duffield, in sharing their opinionated and unfiltered "take" on it all.

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19. Let It Go (Again)

It could be the smallest detail of your life, that you need to let go - but in the end, it could very well be the catalyst of great things to come. Join us today for another look at the dumbest and most absurd things that hold us back! And actually, we get a little serious here too!

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18. Let It GO!

A recount of all the craziness of trends - from pantyhose to climbing extension ladders, should have you laughing at all the things you MUST let go of, as you age! Sue Duffield and her husband/musician, Jeff Duffield, discover some of life's greatest benefits of letting go!

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Use The Surge Protector

If you've been a consistent connector on Facebook and other social media outlets, this sudden surge of posting via FaceBook Live isn't unusual for you. Your tribe knows you, and they love you and depend on you, because you've been there all along in your frequency of connecting.

What disturbs me are the silent ones who are NOW crazily and desperately posting (who were all but invisible before) trying to use this platform as an instant fundraiser or promotions venue, crying for attention and finance.

I'm proud of our community of musicians and ministries, who (for the most part) understand how social media can be best used as a relationship builder; a bond, a correspondence of kindred heart. Every day, I'm constantly thinking of ways to better myself online so that through this unprecedented time, I can be on the same page - helping others see Christ. I'm proud of the churches and non-profits who are really digging deep, meeting the needs of people, which when translated in any form - is a very Christ-like approach.

So, not to sound like the social media police in the midst of social distancing, but rather - I choose to be wise, to be smart and to stay socially connected online. It's much more genuine when it comes from your heart, and not from panic. We're all in his together.