Hi, I'm Susan. I write in the wilderness, literally and spiritually. Can a city woman become a rancher? A former homeschooling mom, can she run a hazmat site? What are the odds a Chicago children's pastor would go live among Indians, out West? These are some of the adventures I write about.
Mainly, I share pieces of my memoir, writing naked and unashamed, because my life message is that hitting rock bottom and losing everything can be the defining moment of your life.
On the other side of rejection, abandonment, and betrayal is the place where you find your true self. You don't have to achieve, perform, or do anything to be loved, valued, and accepted. You are not too much; you are enough.
My goal is to take as many hurting women as I can on a journey deep into the Father's heart, a place where widows are transformed into brides and orphans receive a family and a home.
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This blog began with a burning vision, back in 2010….
I saw women and children who had been abused boldy and vulnerably sharing their stories. These life stories were published, creating thousands of new family legacies. Abuse-free zones were established all over the world. Their writing created beauty out of chaos.
I saw families not only living together, but working as family entreprenuers and inventors. Families truly became the backbone of society – spiritually, governmentally, socially, and economically.
I saw justice and righteousness racing to join beauty and truth. The artists and inventors, the women and children, the disabled and despised, the misfits and broken ones were leading the way.
We can write ourselves into a better world!
Let us pick up our books and pens. They are the most powerful weapons. – Malala Yousafzai, seventeen-year old winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
This peaceful place is the staging area where we wage war, as heart scribes, and we write to freedom. We share our stories with each other. We use empathetic listening to heal our souls.
I Write About…
I am building a community of writing warriors who confront injustice, unrighteousness, and oppression. We speak up for victims who have been silenced. We are an alarm clock, awakening good people who are not yet educated about the spiritual and domestic violence that is happening in our own homes, churches, and communities. We employ strategies to create abuse-free zones.
We cannot afford to be evil's silent accomplice. We do not extend grace to unrepentent, ongoing abusers. We are no longer the hunted. We are warriors who fight with Truth, in Love. We walk in intimacy with our Savior, Christ Jesus, but we confront the evil that happens inside church doors and closed systems of spiritual abuse.
How do we accomplish our mission? We write our memoirs. It's in the writing that we understand our past. Writing unearths the treasures and we sow them like seeds into our future. In the process, identity is restored, and with it, our inheritance. We are restoring the backbone of society – the family.
Don't miss out!
If you have a passion to write a memoir in such a way as to unearth treasures hidden below the rubble of your past and to sow those treasures into a living family legacy, writing a better future for your own family, join me by registering for a free Memoir eCourse here! Stop or start anytime, advance at your own pace. Live the adventure!
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With all my love,
Susan Schiller knows how it feels to lose everything: marriage and family, church and reputation, finances and businesses, and more. Susan's upcoming, interactive memoir, "On the Way Home," tells the story of how she came to be known as "the most abused woman" her counselors had yet met and how she learned to navigate to freedom and fullness.
Today Susan helps people write their life stories
, unearthing the treasures of their past and sowing them into their future, creating new family legacies.
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