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Scott & Linda Elliot: Relational Health Transformed

A brick wall of despair and financial burdens nearly separated Scott and Linda Elliot in the early years of their marriage. Circumstances beyond their control and poor financial decisions left the young couple emotionally, spiritually and financially bankrupt. The Elliot’s found healing in their relationship when and where they least expected it. “We argued a lot during those years,” Linda said. “Every argument was a brick. Every brick built a wall that eventually...

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Steve and Lisa Jones: Physical Health Transformed

  Lisa Jones’ wake-up call came in the form of a pre-diabetes diagnosis. Her sister had passed away at 59 years old due to complications from the disease. Lisa’s husband, Steve Jones, had a similar experience when he was diagnosed with high blood pressure and his cardiologist said that the party was over. Just a year and a half prior, Steve’s father was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. Even though he is still alive, his heart is only operating at a 25%...

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Ryan Koesel: Spiritual Health Transformed

  In his search for happiness, Ryan Koesel turned to chasing after money, glamor and fame. These worldly tokens gave him a temporary yet fleeting happiness. Through biblical community, seeking the Lord and God’s grace, Ryan’s spiritual health was transformed. “I am now transformed by the renewing of my mind and no longer controlled by the patterns of this world,” Ryan said. Ryan’s father left when he was eight years old and he began turning to...

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17th Annual Fun with the Son

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Members of the Cottonwood Creek family have delivered school supplies and the gospel to east McKinney residents in need for the past 17 years through the Fun with the Son event. Fun with the Son prepares low-income students and families for the upcoming school year by providing for their physical and spiritual needs. On August 17, 2014, 260 families came to Old City Park in McKinney and participated in a fun morning filled with games, balloon animals and a live concert. 350 volunteers...

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Nick Cobb

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Nick Cobb was on his way to achieving everything he had hoped for as a successful high school athlete until a sports injury left him suffocating underneath a pile of standards and expectations. As an athlete since the age of six, Nick learned early that winning made him feel good. In his mind, he equated happiness and joy with success. The harder that Nick worked, the more he accomplished and the happier he became with himself. “I was always taught to be humble, but in my head I told...

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