Sue was our entertainment for the wives, credentialed women and ministry leaders for our Executive Leadership Conference in Naples, FL in 2017, and quite frankly - she knocked it out of the park! Oh my word! She's the best thing going for ANY event, I tell you! We sang, laughed, cried, worshipped and was SO encouraged by her style - hitting every age group in the room!  ”

— Executive Leadership Conference of the Assemblies of God

Sue was guest comedy writer of Laugh Lines for the National Women's Ministries of the Assemblies of God from January 2011 to May 2012. For all archives of the articles, click here: Laugh Lines   ”

Laugh Lines, Womens Ministry of the Assemblies of God

Sue was just recently nominated for "Christian Comedian of the Year" by the ICM Faith, Family and Country Network - for her book "Suebiquitous: A Humorous Travelog of an Unfiltered Saint". Sue travels and speaks for over 150 events a year, and is a very spontaneous and funny gal! - Diane Parten, President of ICM, Nashville”

— ICM "Faith Family & Country" Nominee for Christian Comedian of the Year

It is with great enthusiasm that I recommend Sue as a speaker, comedian or worship leader.  Sue spoke at our Girls Night Out and wowed our ladies!  She had us laughing till our sides were splitting.  Sue's wealth of experience and spiritual maturity gave me confidence to ask her to return this year.  I was at the Women of Purpose Conference (2008, Hershey) when Sue led worship.  She is comfortable and relaxed leading either traditional or contemporary worship. Her enthusiasm is contagious, her voice warm and her style engaging. Sue's spiritual depth comes across in her choice of songs and her sensitivity in leading us into the presence of God.” - Angela Coon, pastor's wife and ordained minister

— Calvary AG, Dover, DE

Sue was our worship leader for the Women of Purpose Conference at Hershey, PA. It is not an easy task to lead 3,000 women of many denominations and diverse preference into the throne room of God through worship. But Sue handled it with ease. She has a balance and blend in style and gifting that bridges the gaps we often find with such large audiences. A one of a kind and we love her! ” - Ruth Puleo, Director of Women of Purpose
A humbling and inspiring tribute to the ministry of Sue and Jeff Duffield...if you want to change lives, try this... Click here.    ” - Deanna Shrodes

Deanna Shrodes Blog

She has ministered with us at many Sandy Cove events. I know of no one else who connects with an audience better than she--everyone goes away feeling like they are her friend! Sue knows how to relate so well on a personal level to those she is ministering to throughout a conference. Musically, Sue and her husband Jeff are great! Sue's voice is beautiful and has wide appeal—and Jeff is a fabulous keyboard artist! When they lead worship for a group you can be sure that the song choice will be appropriate and in the right key for the average person!! (“Oh what a relief it is!”)  Above all, theylove the Lord and desire to be a blessing to God's people.” - Candy Davison, Women's Ministry Leader (Sandy Cove)
I'd just like to say that we were so excited and thrilled with the response to Sue's ministry to our women's event. It didn't end, once the "Chocolate & Chuckles" was over. I guess what impressed me most of all was Sue's intent and follow up with our ministry team and the women who made decisions for Christ that night. Whether you know it or not, there are very few traveling ministries out there who are keen in not only sharing the gospel while on stage or while they are with you, but very few who follow up with the pulse of the women once the event is over. Sue gave us incredible wisdom and guidelines on how to stay connected via social media. We can't wait to have her next year. - Jennifer Blanton, Women's Ministry Leader” - Jennifer Blanton, Crossroads Church

— Crossroads Bulletin

Years ago, Sue Duffield was a happy teen singing into her hairbrush in front of the mirror in her Penns Grove home. Today, the 56-year-old entertainer travels the world with a one-woman show that she says makes people smile – and think. After moving to Nashville two years ago, Duffield is returning home and using her musical message to benefit the Neighborhood Center in Camden. “I grew up in SJ, and I’ve seen the incredible things the center has offered to kids in Camden,” she says. Duffield’s concert will showcase her unique style of music and comedy. She has recorded more than 30 albums and recently completed Standard Response, a collection of old standards from the ’40s and ’50s plus some Motown tunes. She is currently on the road, sharing her day-to-day life through stand-up comedy, often billed as “Girl’s Night Out” events. Duffield began singing when she was in high school. “That was when contemporary Christian music had just started,” she remembers. “I started singing in a lot of churches and youth events. Here I am, 37 years later, still doing the same thing, but it’s taken on so many different flavors. I started singing for the youth events and now I’m doing the senior events – but I’m still singing for the same people!” For ten years, Duffield was a deejay at Wilmington’s WNRK-AM radio. “The years of radio really refined me and gave me what I call a ‘connection versus communication thrust,’ which makes sure I’m a connector and not just a communicator,” she says. Before heading down the Christian music path, Duffield was approached by two record producers who wanted to sign her to their pop label. She turned them down. “You look at someone like Taylor Swift, who has an incredible physical appearance. I just never thought that I fit the bill,” she says. “I never fell into that Hollywood kind of mindset. Going into Christian music, I was a little apprehensive to not sell-out.” Yet Duffield says she has no regrets. She enjoys being the so-called chief cook and bottle washer – booking and appearing in her own shows. And because of the message she shares through her shows, her audiences are diverse. She has performed for NASCAR drivers and their wives before race day and inmates at a women’s prison. “I talk and listen to the pains and the pressures of what women go through in prison,” she says. “Women share the same difficulties in prison as we do on the outside, worrying about their kids who are outside the walls of the prison.” Duffield and her husband, who also serves as her producer and arranger, have set up home in Nashville to have an impact in the musical community there. “We weren’t looking to go to Nashville for a hit song, we know the realities,” says Duffield. “But what we were looking for was an opportunity to impact young musicians here. If a musician can make a living in the Northeast for 37 years, we may have something to offer a lot of younger kids who are rising songwriters and rising producers coming up the ranks in the contemporary music realm. We are trying our best to be mentors.” After the SJ concert this month, Duffield will travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, teaming up with the group Redeeming Roses. “I will be doing some wonderful outreach to women who have been abused and neglected and had all kinds of difficulties with human trafficking,” she says. “I remember hearing when I was a kid horrific stories, even in my town, of women being abused. Worldwide, women are still going through oppression, which is hard to believe in 2011.” But Duffield always looks forward to coming back to SJ, the place she still calls home. She says she can’t wait to dig into some silver queen corn and Jersey tomatoes – delicacies she can’t get in Nashville – and to visit with family who still live in the Delaware Valley. “You can take the girl out of Jersey,” Duffield quips, “but you can’t take the Jersey out of the girl!” ” - Terri Akman

— SJ Magazine

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