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Sue Martin

Sue grew up on a small farm in Ohio, “the average of the average.” She graduated from school in the little village of Leesville, Ohio, and then trained as a nurse in Mansfield, Ohio. She began working for a Christian doctor who, not realizing it, was very instrumental in preparing her for the mission field. While working there, she came to know the Lord and was sanctified, which changed her life completely.

Sue was appointed by the Florida District of The Wesleyan Church as pastor of the Army of Christ Haitian Wesleyan Church. The ensuing years were challenging as they developed as a congregation, and throughout the years, this church has reached out to the many Haitians living in Central Florida. The church was the first Haitian Wesleyan church in the Florida district; now there are many Haitian congregations. 

Since the Wesleyan denomination became a partner in this ministry, Sue was given a ministerial license. She continued the necessary course of study and was ordained in 1993. Sue served as pastor until a Haitian pastor replaced her. She happily continued as assistant pastor under his leadership. Upon Sue’s retirement in 2008, Haitian leadership took over complete charge of the church. Sue and her team have done just what every good missionary dreams of doing—they worked themselves out of a job!

After serving as a career missionary for 41 years, Sue is now a part of the Member Health team of WGM, particularly to those in the Southeast. She continues to make her home base in Leesburg, Florida, while traveling and being an encourager and a help to whomever the Lord leads.

Read more about Sue's story here

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