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At The CROSSroad

Posted on March 11, 2017 at 5:45 PM Comments comments (2)

It's at the CROSSroad that we are faced with important decisions and our lives change in one way or another.  It's at the CROSSroads that we choose obedience or disobedience, God's will or our own will for our lives.  Thankfully,as we travel this journey called life we will encounter several CROSSroad experiences. Each CROSSroad gives us an opportunity to get it right.

Pastor Curney has been teaching on CROSSroads.  He has ...

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The Remnant

Posted on February 22, 2017 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (0)

I have been free from my abusive relationship since 2009, my divorce was final January 2011. I thought that was the finale. It was finally all over. Unfortunately, that was not the ending of it all. There is a remnant that remains with me.

I can clearly remember those nights of fighting and crying. I can hear and feel the sting of the many terrible names he called me and the awful things he said about me.  I can smell the alcohol on his breath as he forced himself on m...

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A Good Man

Posted on February 20, 2017 at 1:30 PM Comments comments (0)

After having many conversations with counselees, friends, coworkers and family members it is very clear to me that every woman has her own definition of a "Good Man". After being in an abusive marriage I am very clear on what a "Good Man" is and is not to me. Each definition of a "Good Man" seems to be based on the needs, wants, and experiences of each woman.



Some women are after material things only. So for those women, a "Good Man" is a man who can provide...

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