Raised in a Baptist church in Virginia, Susan and was baptized as a young teen. A few years later, while praying at a Centrifuge youth retreat in Ridgecrest, NC, she truly felt that God was with her, repented of her sins, and asked Jesus to be her Savior. Susan joined an Assembly of God campus group at the College of William & Mary and served as a missionary aide to that campus for two years after graduation. While working abroad as an English as a Second Language teacher for several years in South Korea and Thailand, she sought out other believers in the city and house churches. After walking a difficult health journey, she was led to reevaluate her understanding of the effects of sin and suffering in the world, and the temporary nature of our time here, but not the goodness of God.
Susan also serves as the director of the English as a Second Language (ESL) & Citizenship Ministry.
Susan is married to Cha’Htoo and has two children, Max and Nina.