Meet Our Team
Sue Radke has been in multiple and various ministries. She and her husband began ministry at Ohio State University with Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. After 5 years they returned to Cleveland as associate pastor and youth ministry leaders. They then pioneered two nondenominational churches: Faith Bible Chapel and Strongsville Bible Fellowship. During those years she continued to disciple college students and women and was the speaker at many ladies' conferences. She has also been leading ladies' bible study groups for over 30 years. In 1990 she went on staff at Baldwin Wallace College for five years. After her five years with Baldwin Wallice, she became an intercessor with one other woman and prayed for fifteen years in the Old Stone Chapel at 7:30 AM every Tuesday morning. And they saw God bring revival to the college during those years.
Sue’s husband, Ken Radke, went to be with the Lord in 2003. Sue continued in ministry with discipling women, leading ladies Bible studies, and speaking at various events.
She is currently an affiliate staff with CRU and the Division of How to Take a City for Christ Through Discipleship. Sue continues to hold ladies' bible studies, prayer meetings, and couples homegroup in her own home. She also meets with women one on one for spiritual counseling and disciplining. People call her a spiritual strategist.
Sue is a Registered Nurse presently working in pain management at Southwest General and the Surgery Center. Sue lost her 43-year-old son Pete in 2014 when he drowned in Lake Erie while saving a young girl. Sue has a son and two daughters-in-law currently living in Medina. She has eight grandchildren that she adores. She loves “Family” and has dinner every Sunday at her home.
Shawnda Boysel is a compassionate, warm, and insightful follower of Jesus, trained in prophetic, healing, and freedom ministries. Shawnda carries words of God's love and affirmation that translate physical, spiritual, and emotional encouragement.
She is a staff member for Freedom weekends, in prison ministry by having supportive relationships with inmates and their families; serves on teams with her husband with Finding Freedom International, and in national Conference Prayer, Intercessor, and Prophetic teams.
She is a trained medical and chiropractic assistant who has served patients on one and educated many as a Business and medical practice representative. She has over 32 years of experience as a communicator, leader, and educator in all types of intercession, biblical lifestyle application, and character growth seminars to women and married couples. Shawnda and her husband Bob have been married 44 years, have 2 sons, a delightful daughter in law, and are the grateful grandparents of Zeke.