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Sister Interview: Candice Curry

Candice Curry’s story has had its share of heartache. From a father who was a con man and battled mental illness, to divorce and infidelity, to unexpected triplets and financial strain, she knows what it is to live under pressure. And yet she walks through life these days with a freedom she attributes to God’s restoration of her spirit and her marriage. A refreshing straight forward storyteller, Candice is frank about her past and her current freedom, giving Christ credit for the drastic change that happened in her family.

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to have three infants at once, to have a father who stole cars and gave them to you as birthday gifts, to celebrate your daughter’s step-mother because she is both beautiful and kind, then this is the episode for you. Candice talks about healthy co-parenting, the gift of step-parents, and God’s use of a broken air conditioner to save her marriage. As a mom of five, she cooks for a crowd and an age span of kids. We are certain you will find her a kindred spirit as she finds true refreshment in God’s provision.

At The Open Door Sisterhood we are committed to highlighting women’s stories. Women who say yes to God in all kinds of circumstances. Candice has a unique story, one that in some ways none of us can relate to and in other ways all of us can. We walk the same road toward hope, no matter where are steps land along the way.

Connect with Candice at her website, on Instagram and Twitter.

You can listen to our episode with Candice on iTunes. Just click here.

Here are a few items mentioned on our show:

San Antonio River Walk

An Open Letter to My Daughter’s Stepmom

Candice’s new book: The Con Man’s Daughter: A Story of Lies, Desperation and Finding God

Vitamix

Napoleon Dynamite

Healing Salve from Scratch Farm

Candice’s Beef Taco Soup (or Dump Soup as it was called on the show)
 1 yellow onion
1 lbs ground turkey or beef
3 cups beef broth
1 cup long grain rice
2 tbls taco season or one packet.
can of rotel
can of corn
2 cans of kidney beans.
Dice onion and cook it in pot with a little butter until the onion is translucent. Add beef and fully cook until brown. Add beef broth and bring to a boil. Add taco seasoning and rice, cover, reduce heat to medium high and cook for 20 minutes. Add beans, rotel, and corn and cook until heated thoughroughly.
BOOM! Beef Taco Soup!
Top with shredded cheese and chips.

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