Sue Anderson, a former LWML Rocky Mountain District President, influenced and encouraged my involvement in LWML. Her support helped lead me to say “yes” to serving first as the district’s Vice President of Servant Resources and then as its president.
Sue & husband Lee on their 59th wedding annivesary
When I first met Sue, I hadn’t been involved in LWML very long. Sue was serving as our district president and was presiding over a board of directors meeting. Her love for the Lord showed in everything she did. She welcomed me with open arms, gave me an LWML hug, and always encouraged me to stay involved in every level of our wonderful organization. By watching Sue, I was able to say “yes” to the opportunities as they arrived.
The blessings I have received over the years include
- the many long-term friendships I’ve made, first with the women in the district and now on the national level;
- growth in leadership in all areas; and
- opportunities to serve the Lord through LWML.
Words of thanks go out to Sue Anderson and my gracious Lord for encouraging me in my walk with Jesus!