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The Currin Family

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About the Currin Family
About Don
About Cindy
The Currin Family

The Currin Family

What innumerable joys has God afforded our family since we (Don and Cindy) exchanged vows on May 7, 1977.  We have been blessed to share our lives and ministry together on the road for almost the entirety of our married life.

The Currin Family
As heirs together of the grace of life, the Lord was pleased to give us four children, Nathan, Aaron, Hannah and Rachel.  We are eternally grateful for how He has used our children to encourage us over the years through their unique personalities and diverse perspectives.  We joyfully make our boast in the Lord that our sons and daugters all attest to possessing saving faith in Christ as Lord and Savior.

Our Elite Eight

With our four kids, we are blessed to have two wonderful sons-in-law and one sweet daughter-in-law.  Four children, three in-laws and one baby granddaughter are what we call our elite eight.

Our son, Nathan, presently lives on the road, where he works as a freelance web and graphic designer and performs as a singer/songwriter.  His website is www.nathancurrin.com. While much of his living comes from his web work, he also is a songwriter and musician.  Most recently, he released an album based on John Bunyan’s book The Pilgrim Progress, entitled The Pilgrim.

Aaron, and his wife, Danielle, reside in Clearwater, FL, where he serves as lead pastor for BLDG 28 Church. Danielle, a loving and supportive wife, works as a health care sustainability specialist, serving ten full hospitals and two psychiatric hospitals in the greater Tampa Bay area.

Our daughter, Hannah and her husband, Josh, live in Muscle Shoals, AL.   Josh works for the Florence City Public Schools as a computer technician, while Hannah is employed by the Southwire Company in Florence, AL.

Rachel and our other son-in-law, Nick, with our granddaughter, Phoebe Grace, are living only five minutes away from our home in Tuscumbia.  Nick works for Gentiva Home Heath Care as an occupational therapist and Rachel is a full time, stay home mom.