Susan is a certified counselor with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (biblicalcounseling.com) since 2003. She is also the author of With the Master Bible study series for ladies. She also has authored; A Call to Discipleship, Putting-Off Life Dominating Sins; A Call to Scripture Memory; A Message of Assurance: Twenty Tests for God's Children; What Does a Spirit Filled Marriage Look Like?; Speaking the Truth in Love in a Post Truth World; and The Liberating Gospel. Susan’s teaching ministry is an outgrowth of her memorization work on the Bible. She has memorized the entire New Testament along with two books from the Old Testament which include Ecclesiastes, Jonah and several of the Psalms and is now journeying her way through more of the Old Testament. To God be the glory!
Susan Heck, and her husband Doug have been married since 1975. Susan has been involved in Women’s Ministries for about 40 years. This included teaching Bible Studies, counseling, and heading up Ladies with the Master women’s ministry at Grace Community Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma (www.gccoftulsa.org).
Susan Heck has two grown children, and seven grandchildren. Both children and their spouses are in full time ministry. Because of the enthusiastic ladies who attend the Bible Studies that Susan teaches, and because of the life changes, Susan has been invited to speak to a number of ladies groups, both nationally and internationally. Susan loves to minister her gift of teaching to women.
You can contact Susan Heck at [email protected] or reach her at 918-695-0831. Susan is available for both speaking and counseling.
Have Pastors today forgotten their charge to preach the Word and hold fast to sound teaching? Are we living in the age that Jesus referred to when he said, "When the Son of Man comes will He find faith on the earth?" A study of 2 Timothy should stir our hearts to proclaim Biblical Truth. Join Sus...
Join Susan as she teaches about the qualities of a Spiritual Father (Paul) demonstrated to his Spiritual Son (Timothy) as well as the role of God-fearing women who are passionate about passing on genuine faith to their offspring.
5 Truths Which Must Be Remembered When Using Our Spiritual Gifts
What are spiritual gifts? Do all Christians have spiritual gifts? How are we to use these gifts? Is there a wrong way to use spiritual gifts? Join Susan as she answers these questions and more in our study of 2 Timothy 1:6-7.
We sing about the power of God. We might talk about the power of God. But what is the power of God and what does it have to do with Timothy? with Paul? or with us? This lesson should be of great encouragement to each of us as we meditate on what God's power can do.
"I know whom I have believed." What a profound confession by the apostle Paul. Is this a statement you can echo with him in full confidence? How could Paul be certain of his Christian confession? Well, let's consider some probably answers as we look at 2 Timothy 1:12-14.
"The verses we are going to consider in this lesson have special meaning for me...Discipling women has been one of the greatest joys of my life. To be able to pour my life into another individual and watch them grow and then disciple others has been a rich blessing." - Susan Heck
Timothy needed to count the cost and my dear sister we must too. I fear many well-meaning Christians are sitting in our pews today with no clue as to what genuine Christianity looks like. They have not stopped long enough to count the cost of being a disciple of Christ. Let’s consider what Paul h...
In this lesson we are reminded with Timothy that we have a loving Lord who has also been afflicted and has suffered more than any of His followers. We have a High Priest who has been touched with the feelings of our infirmities and we can go to His throne of grace and find mercy in our time of need.
There are more truths that Paul wants Timothy to know, especially as they pertain to our eternal destination. Join Susan as she teaches “The Sweet Reminders Given to the Loyal” and the “Sobering Reminders Given to the Disloyal.”
As we come to another lesson in 2 Timothy, Paul will admonish young Timothy as to the importance of being diligent to study so as to rightly divide the Word of God. If this is not done, danger is lurking around the corner as evidenced by many who left the faith.
The Lord desires His church to be functional and useful to His family. In order for this to take place, there are a few things which need to happen. Let’s listen in as Paul writes to Timothy regarding the purity of the church in 2 Timothy 2:19-21.
Nineteen Descriptions Of The Disobedient During The Dangerous Last Days
People say often that we are living in the last days. What are the last days and how will we know we are in them? Paul will give Timothy a glimpse of what the last days will look like as we begin chapter 3 of 2 Timothy.
What types of things go into your mind? Are False teachers creeping in? Are you distressed about false teachers and puzzled by the massive crowds who follow them? Do you know men and women who are veering off the path? Join Susan as she examines Paul’s teaching on these subjects and more through ...
Have you ever wondered what a Godly life really looks like? Does godliness mean we go to church, read our Bible, pray, memorize some scripture, evangelize, tithe, fellowship with other believers, use our spiritual gifts and the like? What is genuine godliness? Godly living according to Paul as in...
Paul has been instructing young Timothy regarding the example he has to follow from Paul’s life. Timothy not only had Paul’s example to follow, but he also had the examples of his mother and grandmother who taught him the Holy Scriptures from a child. And He also has the negative example of evil ...
Can you say with Paul “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith”? As Paul is preparing to die there is much on his mind. In today’s lesson we will consider what he writes to Timothy regarding the delights of a dedicated servant of Christ.
We know Paul had many enemies and, in our text, he mentions one of those who did evil towards him. What was Paul’s wish and what was his warning regarding this man? Today’s lesson will aid us in what to do when others try to harm us in some way.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon once said, “I have a great need for Christ: I have a great Christ for my need.” These words rang true for the apostle Paul as he is coming to the end of his life and recounts his need for Christ but also his great Christ.
The apostle Paul who was born in 5.A.D. and died and died in 67 A. D., suffered much in life for the gospel. He was a church planter and wrote many of the books that our in the New Testament. He was in prison 25 percent of his life because of the gospel, and his last days on earth were spent in p...