My Child, My Chance reviewed by the Interim

We are so grateful to Jack Fonseca, of Campaign Life Coalition, for his thorough and comprehensive review of My Child, My Chance in the March 2018 edition of the organization’s newspaper.  It is not yet available online, but I have scanned the review and will attach it here.  The online copy will soon be available here.

KidBuilders 2018

I am so excited to let you know that I will be leading two workshops at KidBuilder’s in April 2018.

Susan Zuidema, Workshop 1: Are Public Schools a “Safe Space” for Christian Kids?

It seems like the Ontario public school curriculum of 2018 is more concerned with gender and sexual ideology than the 3Rs.  In this workshop, we will look at the curriculum and policies in place in our public schools and the potential they have to affect children’s identity and beliefs – from kindergarten through high school.  You will be equipped with the truth about what is happening in the public system and ready to talk with families about these issues, including helping them to discern the best approach for them with respect to their children’s education.

Susan Zuidema and Kim Hanson, Workshop 2: The Antidote to the Gender and Sexuality Identity Crisis: Discipling Children in their Identity in Christ

Is there anything a Christian parent or children’s ministry worker can do to better prepare children for the challenges to their identity that come from today’s  culture?  The answer is yes!  Considering that it is their identity that is at stake, we need to firmly establish in our children what their identity truly is: who God made them to be.  Together we will unpack an approach that we believe will help you take on this critical task with the children in your care.


Mini and Friends Interview

Everyone has a story, and recently I interviewed with Mini Moore, a radio host on “Arise Brantford” about mine.  I hope you will take time to listen.  I would love to hear your feedback or questions.

Listen to Susan’s interview with Mini Moore!

“My Child, My Chance” reviewed by Faith Today

Faith Today, a publication of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, states that “My Child, My Chance” by Susan Zuidema and Charlotte Goulding “helps parents make sense of the province’s new sex education curriculum.”

See a reader-friendly version of the review here.

If your family or church needs help untangling the Ontario sex education curriculum, we are here to help.  We can go through the elements that you need to consider and be aware of and help you identify the steps you can take to guard and guide your children through the cultural chaos they are inheriting.  We have done workshops and presentations for small groups and larger groups. We’d love to talk to you!

For more information about how we can help, please contact us directly through email!

Tune in May 10th at 3pm EST as Susan joins Moody Radio’s Chris Fabry Live!

We are very excited to announce that on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, Susan Zuidema will join Moody Radio’s Chris Fabry Live! at 3:00 EST for a live broadcast.

The program is live, call-in format, and YOU can also join in the discussion with your questions and comments.  Just call 877-548-3675.  

You can listen live through Moody Radio online.  Spread the word, and be sure to tune in!

Feature Interview on ARPA’s Lighthouse News!

Hop on over to ARPA (Association for Reformed Political Action) to hear the feature-length interview Susan recently had with Al Seibring.

Kindle Version released on Amazon!

We are excited to announce that the Kindle version of My Child, My Chance: Guarding and Guiding Your Child’s Identity in the Chaos of Culture and Sex Education, is available now at for just $9.99!