RUI presents Au2011 – Rescue and Recover

by Benjamin Burks on June 24, 2011 · 1 comment

As promised, the registration for Adversity University 2011 has been launched. Rescue & Recover is well under way, with the first registrations coming in from the great state of Georgia. I hope you will begin promoting tonight, and continue to as we provide materials for you in the near future. > > > > […]

Gifts of Remembrance

by Benjamin Burks on December 15, 2010 · 1 comment

Have you ever received a special gift? With the “hustle and bustle” of the Christmas season, I often wonder how many people sing “Jingle Bells” and how many sing “Juggle Bills”! The shopping malls are filled with people searching for “the perfect gift.” A popular Christmas song speaks of different levels of giving during the […]

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 […]

Singing Praises at Midnight

by Benjamin Burks on November 24, 2010 · 2 comments

Acts 16:25, “And at midnight Paul and Silas prayed, and sang praises unto God: and the prisoners heard them.” What a time to start singing! And what a time to start singing praises! If it were you or me, we would be thumping our fist against the door demanding to see a lawyer or blaming […]

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 […]