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Apostle Dr. Curley Walthour

by Shaquorna Galbreath
(Hinesville, Georgia U.S.A.)

Apostle Dr. Curley Walthour is pastor of River of Life Ministries in Hinesville, GA. She is indeed a direct blessing from God for the Body of Christ. She is a woman of Favor, love, dedication, persistence, and of course beauty. My Pastor is a mentor in every area of my life, and each day I strive to go through as gracefully as she does. She is someone you can call at any hour and expect her attitude to be the same. Though I am a single woman of God, observing her relationship with her husband (Bishop Leotha Walthour), it helps to mold me into the wife God desires for me to one day be. She treats everyone with love and respect and her heart and home are always open. Her smile lights up the darkest of rooms, and her embrace is truly a hug from the Most High God. When God put her in my family's life, he indeed knew what we needed. I truly want to give honor, where honor is due! My pastor is the most dynamic, anointed, loving, Woman of God I know. I love you pastor with all my heart.

Minister Shaquorna Galbreath
and Family,

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Woman of God
by: Evangelist Williams

Praise The Lord it is an honor to write a few words about this Woman of God! I have had the pleasure of knowing her most of my young life at least 20 years and I agree with the previous young lady who wrote words of inspiration regarding her Pastor. Apostle Walthour is humble one who loves her husband children and Church family no one is a stranger entering into there home Apostle and Bishop shows love and great hospitality. I am thankful I had the pleasure speaking at The River of Life Youth Revival 2011 God Truly Moved and most of All The Youth participated worshiped and everyone all ages enjoyed themselves and Im grateful Apostle allowed me to minister the word Peace and Blessing

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