Susie understands what it feels like to be hopeless and uncertain of what the future holds. As a child she survived sexual abuse. At the age of 13 she ran away from home, got a job, and had to grow up faster than any girl should have to. As an adult she suffered from depression, low self-esteem, and constantly questioned her purpose in life.
And then she met God. She learned that despite all the negative experiences , she could forgive, heal, and move beyond the past. God showed her that her life has value and filled her heart with compassion. Susie realized that her purpose in life was to help wounded women realize they have value too.
Susie founded White as Snow Ministries, held women's conferences, bible studies, and put out a newsletter. The purpose was to help other women who needed encouragement to realize their self-worth. It wasn't long after starting her own ministry that she was drawn to Glory House. She came once a week to teach Bible class and was soon asked to join the staff as Program Director.
In 2006, Susie took the position of President and Executive Director when the original Founder, Katy Jones, retired. She's passionate about the good work that takes place at Glory House and is proud to be right where God wants her: helping women restore Hope, Healing and Direction.
Contact us at: (918)-584-1808 or Help@gloryhousetulsa.com
I love being a part of the Glory House team and working toward the vision of offering hope, healing and direction to women that are hurting. I also love seeing the transformation that God can bring to families. God has been so evident in my own story, and I'm so thankful to play a part in seeing God write others' stories.
One of my favorite verses is John 16:33. It says:
"These things I have spoken to you, so that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world."
I have been with Glory House since January 2007. I love working with the ladies and the staff. I knew I had a calling to work with women, so I don't consider this a job, as much as a calling.
One of my favorite scriptures is Philippians 4:8
"Whatever things are; True, noble, just, lovely, and a good report - think on these things."