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If a child tells you that he/she has been abused, there are five important things to say during the initial conversation. These are:

  1. I believe you.
  2. I am glad you told me.
  3. It is not your fault this happened.
  4. (Sexual) Abuse is wrong.
  5. I will help you so that it will stop.

The following are examples of possible ways to begin such a conversation. Use these only as a guide and adapt to fit your style of talking.

  1. I have been worried about you lately. Is there anything that you would like to talk about?
  2. Something seems to be bothering you. Would you like to talk so that I may help you?
  3. I have been able to help other children who have problems. If you would be willing to tell me what is bothering you, maybe I can help you, too.
  4. If a child asks you to promise not to tell anyone, it is important to let the child know that yo are not able to promise that right now., but you do promise to help him/her in anyway you can.
  5. If a child describes a problem that is happening to a friend, ask him/her if anything like that has ever happened to you (the child).

Responses to avoid: 

  1. Are you sure that is happening?
  2. Are you telling me the truth?
  3. Why are you telling me?
  4. Let me know if it happens again?
  5. Why didn’t you stop him? or What did you do to make this happen?

Prevent Child Abuse




The Story of the Rose

God created the rose for Women.

It represents beauty.

Its petals represent soft skin.

Its leaves represent outstretched arms,

    always loving and giving.

Its stem represents strength.

I give this rose to you,

for you are special to me.

Each time you look at the rose, remember…


God did not take the time

to make a nobody.




If you live in America…

Well, hello neighbor.

If you love to read you can order my new novel directly from me and if you live in the Good ole U.S.A. I’ll pay the shipping. Now that’s a saving!

What’s even better – order more than one and I’ll still pay the shipping!

And what’s even better than that – It’s cheaper than ordering from Amazon!

Have you ever wondered why bullies bully? Ever had a lousy teacher, a great teacher? What about those talked about foster homes? Or have you or someone you know been lost in the mountains? Rejected? Abandoned? And oh, I know we all have questioned God at some time or another.

There are so many issues that are touched on in story form in Amy’s Quest that even surprised me when I went back and read the final version. This book is an inspiration on so many levels and to be honest, it really surprised me. As I’ve stated before, the Lord writes my books, I just type what He gives me.

You can order from Amazon but if you order directly from me you not only save $2.99 off Amazon price, ($22.99) plus shipping and handling, but will be supporting a Christian ministry AND have a signed copy! Now that’s a deal!

It could become a NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER and wow, you will already have a signed copy!

To order:

Send $20.00 per book (leave me a note saying you’re ordering in the comment box)

Elah Ministries, Inc.

P.O. Box 7075

Gainesville, Ga. 30504

It’s a great read and thanks for supporting my ministry.



You Deserve Peace

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“Amy’s Quest” Review

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Click to visit the original postAuthor Sue Cass doesn’t know how to write a bad book. Amy’s Quest is a riveting, must read, engaging story of love winning, against all odds. I couldn’t put this book down. It’s exciting, real, and true to life – the story right away engages the reader, almost as if you were a part of the story, not merely reading it.

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Amy Preston’s perseverance, determination, and tenacity in her quest to overcome rejection, abandonment, abuse, and a world that makes no sense to her from childhood.

Suspense, intrigue, and romance that will keep you turning the pages.

Sue Cass’ new novel is a heartwarming story of a young girl determined to overcome all that she has faced. Her story shows us that hope does not have to be lost regardless of the challenges we may have faced in the past or in the present.


All proceeds from the sales of my books support

Elah Ministries, Inc.

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Amy Preston has a quest to fulfill in her young life after facing many challenges. Follow Amy’s story of rejection, abandonment, perseverance, and determination to find hope and love in a world that seems to have rejected her.

Will her dreams come true? Find out in the suspense filled pages of Amy’s Quest.

“Sue Cass does not know how to write a bad book. Amy’s Quest is riveting, must read, and engaging story.” Greg Holt – Author, editor and publisher.

How To Trust Again?

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How to trust again…
when relationships come to an end…
when marriages fall apart…
as adulterous hearts depart.

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