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2015-10-31 21.28.28The Curwensville Alliance App is now available for Android and the iOS.

Download it at the app store / play store free so that you can access web information, calendar events, Facebook posts and Twitter tweets, podcasts, and prayer requests.

One handy feature on the app is the ability to add an event to your own calendar. Just open the event in the app, click the + sign in the corner and add the event to your personal calendar.

You can download the app at the App Store or Play Store. Once you do, all the online information you need from your church is in one place!

The iOS version is here.

The Android version is here.

Give it a try and give us a rating! Thank you!

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Living Fearlessly :: PODCAST

Presented by Pastor Steve Shields at Curwensville Alliance Church on 1/7/2018

What are you afraid of?

I know people, mostly guys, who insist they are afraid of nothing. That’s ludicrous. They’re afraid to admit their fear. Losing loved ones, employment, status, health — if you’re not afraid of losing such things you aren’t thinking.

In Matthew 10, Jesus clearly told his disciples that there were things dangers ahead — but he told them not to fear.

Why?

Because, often, fear is a matter of how you see things. And in Matthew 10, Jesus gives them a better way to view the world.

If you view the world the way Jesus viewed it, you don’t have to live in fear.

This podcast helps us adopt Jesus’ viewpoint.

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Leave the Bitter; Take the Sweet :: New Years PODCAST

Presented by Pastor Steve Shields on 12/31/2017 at Curwensville Alliance Church

New Year’s Eve has always been an odd thing to me.

There’s no real holiday to celebrate, as on Independence Day or Christmas. It’s just a seemingly arbitrary demarcation we use to count our trips around the sun.

However, there is wisdom in marking the passing of time. 

Part of that wisdom is a matter of looking back and looking forward. Something we tend to do at New Year’s. Something we should do consistently.

When you look back at your life, I am sure you see some memories that are less-than-happy. And I am sure you see others that are sweet. Which of these do you want to mark your life, going forward?

In this podcast, I discuss leaving the bitter behind and taking the sweet ahead with you — into the future.
– Pastor Steve

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