Meant for Good

My “career” as one of those stereotypical troublemaker PKs started early. I was only 1 or 2 when my mom and I went to visit my dad during his break at the seminary where he was studying. A Christian school also used the seminary building, so as we walked down the hallway, it was lined with lunchboxes the kids had set down while they washed their hands before lunch. I was just the right height to snag a bright red (my favorite color then) lunchbox without my mom noticing. The students were not allowed to talk in the hallway, so they didn’t say anything. Mom and I went quite a distance before she noticed the lunchbox swinging from my little hand.  

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About Sue Hoijer

Sue is originally from Minnesota but has lived in Michigan's Upper Peninsula since she was 16. A P.K., she is also a descendant of a German-speaking circuit-riding pastor and a Norwegian-speaking pastor of churches in Minnesota, and a great-granddaughter of a woman who helped with Evangelist Billy Sunday’s campaigns. After graduating from Bob Jones University, Sue married a carpenter she’d gotten to know during church workdays on a building addition. In 1992, she and her husband were part of a church plant in Marinette, Wisconsin, and they have served in various ministries at that church since then. Sue plays the piano at the church, teaches a Sunday School class for junior girls, and teaches math classes at the church's homeschool co-op. She enjoys freelance editing, especially when the projects are ministry-related; walking on country roads with her husband, John, and their three daughters; reading; and lilacs and peonies.