Parker County Today January 2018 - Page 89

Continued from page 77 ZP: The impossible is not impossible; it only takes a little longer. Don’t give up and don’t accept the negativity of naysayers. PCT: What is the coolest thing you have ever done in your life? ZP: You’re probably thinking it’s a trip or an event, but the coolest thing for me is Mike and a room full of people we love, laughing, sharing and hugging all of them. Janet Drew  Janet Drew is a chaplain in Parker County. love and faith in Christ can transform a person’s life. PCT: If you could have lunch with anyone in history, living or dead, who would it be? JD: I would have lunch with King Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived. PCT: If you had to do another job other than what you’re doing, what would you do? JD: If I could choose another career, it would be counseling and teaching young children how to develop self- worth and understanding, that they were created for a purpose, and that they have value. PCT: What is your impact to Parker County? JD: I hope I have made a positive impact on Parker County by offering to help people who are struggling emotionally and financially. I love to bless people. PCT: What is your definition of the best day every?  JD: My definition of the best day ever is to know that I have done my best to help someone that truly needed it! PCT: How did you get into your occupation? JD: I became a Christian at a young age and began working in full-time ministry when I was 27 years old. PCT: What’s the best piece of advice you would give? JD: Best piece of advice I can give: Respect and trust come with a price! If you’re not willing to give those two things, then don’t expect to get them in return! PCT: What is the coolest thing you have ever done in your life? JD: Coolest thing I’ve done in my life: I got to tour an inactive volcano in Nicaragua. PCT: What do you do to decompress? JD: I enjoy watching old, classic movies. Susie Henning PCT: What would you most like to be remembered for? JD: I want to leave a legacy of how PCT: How did you get into your occupation?  SH: I began working at TCA 10 years ago on a part-time basis in the school office and as the school grew, so did the need for a full-time development PCT: What do you do to decompress?  SH: Watch college football or sit on the patio with my husband and solve the world’s problems. PCT: What is something people don’t know about you?  SH: I can play the piano — took lessons from 4 years old until I was a senior in high school. PCT: What would you most like to be remembered for?  SH: For loving Jesus and loving others. PCT: If you could have lunch with anyone, living or dead, in history, who would it be? SH: Princess Diana. PCT: If you had to do another job other than the one you’re doing, what would you do? SH: Be an advocate and fundraiser for breast cancer research. PCT: What is your impact on Parker County?  SH: Professionally, I hope that more Continued on page 111 PCT: What is something people don’t know about you? JD: I have been a personal trainer, flight attendant, and I still hold a real estate license. Susie Henning is the Director of Development for Trinity Christian Academy PCT: What is your favorite novel?  SH: Firefly Lane by Kristen Hannah PCT: What is your favorite novel? JD: Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen. dir ѽȁѼɽєѡ͍)չɅ̸ٕͥȸ)5͡ ɉȁѽչȁ)ݥѽɕ$͍ٕɕ)ͥȁɽͥ$ٕ)ȁ͕(