About Sue Ciullo

Sue CiulloMy name is Sue Ciullo and I’m a mess.

Walk into my office. Depending on the day, you are likely to find stacks of unfiled papers, shirked responsibilities, unreturned phone calls, unpaid bills, and other uncompleted tasks. Follow me through my day and observe how I eat too much, spend too much, and clean too little.

Though I can be kind and compassionate, other times I am crabby and irresponsible. I don’t understand myself. What I want to do, I often don’t do, and what I don’t want to do, I do.

But I have a Messiah, and that has made all the difference. Jesus is using this mess of a woman to do things that he needs done. I know now that God loved me even before he formed me in my mother’s womb. I am using the skills my Creator planted in me to help people discover God’s deep love for each of them, in whatever state of messed-up-ness they happen to be.

I’m an author and inspirational speaker. I’m also a business consultant, specializing in organizational excellence. I’m a wife, a mother of grown children and shepherd of a pack of dogs. It gets loud at our house. And messy.

But, as I said, I have a Messiah.

About the Book: Messiah to the Messed Up

Spend some time with Jesus and something profound is bound to happen to your heart.

Messiah to the Messed Up interlaces rich Scripture narratives with twenty-first century stories. These threads, woven together, create an unforgettable tapestry of the life of Jesus, an image so real that you will feel His presence.

  • Watch Jesus arrive, parched and sweaty, and converse with a social outcast.
  • Witness Him dine with people that others shunned.
  • Wonder at His mercy when He spares an adulteress from execution.

See how Jesus is every bit as present today as He was 2,000 years ago.

  • Watch Him love a teenaged girl who gets drunk on strawberry wine.
  • Witness His grace in a homeless man who offers an extravagant gift.
  • Wonder at His mercy as a veteran takes his last breath.

These stories—snippets of time with Jesus—will change your perspective on the Carpenter from Galilee. Why is that important? Because I’m a mess, you’re a mess, and we need a Messiah.