“It’s time to return to biblical roots in reaching out to the younger generations,” says author Susan Seymour. She is passionate about the Word of God and America’s youth. However, years of teaching elementary, middle, and high school students and participating in church ministry programs to the same age groups have left her convinced that our nation is in dire need of sincere revival. Apostasy is both a call to awareness and an appeal for the church to simplify, returning to an emphasis on the simple foundations of our faith instead of a reliance on new and improved programs. Her message will encourage parents and leaders to take charge and contend for a generation that has been disillusioned by the ways of the world.
Susan Seymour received the Lord as her personal Savior at an early age. In her early twenties, she was introduced to A. W. Tozer’s The Knowledge of the Holy, which greatly influenced her life. Susan attended West Texas A&M University, where she received a BS in history with honors. She also has a bachelor of theology from Christian Life School of Theology. Currently, Susan resides in Amarillo, Texas, and is the owner of a gift shop in Claude, the town where she was raised.