Sylvia Suhr is a published author and a missionary/evangelist.
She has a passion to see people set free and know the saving love of Christ.
Sylvia has traveled extensively to Africa and Asia and is willing to do whatever it takes to see people reach their full potential and purpose in life.
Her autobiography tells of her background of being brought up in poverty just after the second world war in England.
Her journey from England to Australia enabled her to start a new life in a far away land of promise and new dreams.
Times of struggle and adapting to a new land and a strange culture with her husband and baby.
A new beginning in Kenya
After her second marriage ended, she found new life and hope as she surrendered her life to God.
She then trained for Christian Missions and travelled to developing countries in Africa and Asia.
Living in Africa
Living among the people in remote villages in Africa, she discovered what she had been born to to do.
Introduce people to Jesus and help them live a life of dignity and promise.
Establishing schools and clinics
She established schools and cared for orphans, many who were wandering alone in the villages, hungry and desperate for love and affection.
Working with teams to enable children to be educated and brought up in a loving godly environment.
Because of this, they were able to show people a better way to live and work together as a community.
Helping them stay together and teaching them the ‘pay it forward’ method of living by helping them to build sustainable businesses.
Kenya Medical Missions
Each year we take a team to Kenya for Medical Missions.
HIV/Aids in this area is one of the highest in Africa and the people there have almost lost a generation.
Most importantly going into the very remote villages where there are no clinics or hospitals, we take free medications to treat many diseases.
We are joined by a team of doctors and nurses and are able to treat hundreds of people, many who would die if left untreated
‘One Life The Narrow Path’
While many people in the world invest so much time and effort
in building their lives around comfort and luxury, I do believe that
“comfortable is scary!”
Autobiography just published on Amazon is inspirational and motivational!
You will get to read unheard facts and feel genuine love for
another human being just by reading this phenomenal book.
I believe we need to read more books of this kind.
Everyone, regardless of religious belief, age, gender identity, race, colour, or nationality, should read this book.
Now also available in Spanish
UNA VIDA Sendero Estrecho
Village school children
Sylvia has witnessed the terrible distress of fathers, mothers and grandparents left to try to feed and care for children.
Children as young as ten years raising their siblings and scrounging food from neighbors.
Hunger and malnutrition
Witnessed the devastation that comes from having members of families die at an early age due to sickness and malnutrition.
Seen the drought conditions that destroy the crops that were meant to feed the family for the next year.
How did she help them?
She was able to live in one of the remote villages for a year among the people, build a church which could seat 300 people.
The people used the church building to establish a school for children aged between 4 and 10 years.
As a result, we were able to bring the children to live with us, to love them, educated them and feed and clothe them.
What would you do if you were in her situation?
Detailed answers are in her exciting autobiography now published on Amazon.
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