Reformers Unanimous

Contents Under Pressure

by Benjamin Burks on January 26, 2011 · 0 comments

How wonderful it is to hear good news from a far country! As the International Director for Reformers Unanimous, I am often privileged to hear great testimonies of how God is using our materials and format to point men to Him. This type of report brings great joy and jubilation to the hearts of those […]

Steve Curington Reads The Christmas Story – Luke 2

by Benjamin Burks on December 25, 2010 · 0 comments

He Came as a Baby; He’s Coming Back as a King

by Benjamin Burks on December 22, 2010 · 0 comments

One would have to admit there is something strange about the people surrounding the Christmas story. Those chosen to announce the coming King were not from a king’s court, but rather they were they lowly shepherds in the field keeping their flock by night. Mary was a great lady, but to the eye of someone […]

Thank you, from RUI

by Benjamin Burks on December 10, 2010 · 1 comment

Steven Boyd Curington RUI Founder    October 1, 1965-October 30, 2010 Steve grew up in Rockford, Illinois, and attended North Love Christian School.  Upon graduation, Steve walked away from the truths he had learned and thus began a 10-year drug addiction.  After a serious car accident, Steve was delivered from his addiction through the support […]

Steven B. Curington Memorial

Transparency I

by Benjamin Burks on November 19, 2010 · 0 comments

Transparency Defined I have noticed one quality that seems to appear in the life of a student at Reformers Unanimous when he/she really begins to experience a breakthrough and a change in their behavior. The one word that describes this quality is transparency. What is transparency? The dictionary defines transparency as: That state or property […]

The race is run – so quickly done – his work is on earth is through – His time down here more limited than any of us knew. But what a mark he made upon this sinful world below And what a work he leaves behind: more souls to win and grow How many battered […]